Pulfrich effect

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Etymology[edit]

Named after German physicist Carl Pulfrich, who first described it in 1922.

Noun[edit]

Pulfrich effect (plural Pulfrich effects)

  1. The psychophysical percept whereby lateral motion of an object in the field of view is interpreted by the visual cortex as having a depth component, due to a relative difference in signal timings between the two eyes.