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Stereoscopic Vision

Ability to see in three dimensions. The condition is due to binocular vision and overlapping visual fields, and is found especially in primates, in whom visual images are superimposed upon one another in real time and interpreted by the visual cortex of the brain as having depth. Aka stereopsis, stereoscopy.

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