Are our Eyes Monocular or Binocular?
Most recent answer: 07/08/2015
- bahram (age 18)
The effect you are referring to is called binocular vision where two different lenses separated by a certain distance view the same object. The brain adjusts the orientation and focal length of the eyes in order to align the perceived images. This allows one to determine the distance to the image. Humans like most mammals have binocular vision This idea is explained nicely at
(published on 07/08/2015)