A member asked:

Flat images look three-dimensional. any explanation for this vision problem?

A doctor has provided 1 answer

Unusual symptom: This an unusual symptom. Probably this is an optical effect, but only an eye exam can rule out at problem. The 3-d effect comes from different mechanisms. Shadowing and parallax, for example, give a 3-d effect without depending on the 2 eyes being separated in space giving stereopsis (true 3-d vision). So, if for some reason there was a ghost image from one eye, a 3-d effect might result, possibly.

Answered 2/9/2013



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