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How Does 3d Vision Work With One Eye Compared To Two Eyes
Depends on both eyes: 3d vision depends on both eyes. The brain takes the inputs from both eyes and uses the different perspectives to create the 3d image with depth perception. If you go to a 3d movie you can get an idea of how this works. If you take your glasses off you can see that there are two images projected onto the screen that combine to create the illusion of depth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
At 3d shows, I notice the 3d effects maybe 2-3% of the time. The rest of the time, the picture looks the same with one or both eyes open. All the tests I've tried suggest stereoscopic vision/depth perception is fine ... so why can't I see 3d?
Apparently about 10%: of people can not see in 3D. Because humans have both eyes in front, the possibility of having them work together to create depth perception exists. The fusion in our brains of two slightly different pictures from each of our "cameras"/eyes gives the sense of three-dimensionality. Lazy eye and strabismus are conditions that interfere with eye coordination. It can be corrected, esp in children. ...Read more
Several: If you have no vision or poor vision in one eye, then your true 3 d vision will be impaired. If one eye is crossed looking out or in, then 3 d vision is likely to be impaired. Your ophthalmologist can tell you what is the cause for you and measure your true degree of stereoscopic vision. ...Read more
No: 3-d vision is only possible with 2 eyes. The effect is caused by having each eye look at an image that is at a slightly different phase than the other eye's image. If you have only one seeing eye, you would see a clear image out of that eye with glasses, but not in 3-d (in much the same way that you cannot see 3-d normally with only 1 eye). ...Read more
Limited experience: Because such a person cannot appreciate true depth, the experience will be limited for such a person. They can experience the movie, but not to its full extent. ...Read more
Nope: 3d requires 2 eyes working together perfectly. ...Read more
I have IIH, When reading on my phone, if I close one or the other eye it looks like some of the words are jumping off the screen like 3D. Why is that?
Diplopia: in the setting of IIH may be due to 6th n compression from raised ICP. Consider switching mood stabilizers. (Lithium can promote BIHTN, See if you can get on a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor like Zonegran or Diamox. Topamax (topiramate) can cause neural tube defects if you get pregnant. See your doctor / neurologist / ophthalmologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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