By corleon198425 - 19/02/2010 18:44 - United States
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Actually there are both monocular (one eye) and binocular (two eyes) clues to depth perception - so yes, you would lose some (note: SOME) of your ability to judge distance. IIRC the binocular effect is mostly a triangulation system - i.e. with only one eye, fine judgement of distances would be a bit off, but by and large you'd manage ok.
Well I'm definitely no expert on the area, but I just knew you retained depth perception even without the use of an eye. I totally believe you when you say people will lose *some*, but I just knew he was incorrect, as I can percieve depth with vision in one eye-- and I had the urge to point this out haha Thanks for the detailed explination.
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1. #2, are you trying to piss the grammar nazis off??? 2. #4, when you lose sight in one eye, you retain 80% of your vision but lose your depth perception so it wouldn't be too hard to type an FML
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