trinocular

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

By analogy with binocular.

Adjective[edit]

trinocular (not comparable)

  1. Using three points of vision, such as a microscope with two standard eyepieces and one camera eyepiece, or a camera rig with three cameras
    trinocular microscope
    trinocular stereovision

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See also[edit]

  • Words that resemble trinocular closely, but have unrelated meanings, include trioculate and trinuclear.