binocular vision

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binocular vision (uncountable)

  1. (physiology) A vision system in which two eyes work together to produce a unified field of view which is wider and stereoscopic, and in which objects can be more readily discerned.
    • 2001 June 24, J. Madeleine Nash, "Fertile Minds," Time:
      Around the age of four months, the cortex begins to refine the connections needed for depth perception and binocular vision.

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