The effect of “vivid 3D vision” can be experienced with just one eye, a study has suggested.
Researchers at St Andrews University said a method using a small circular hole could have wide implications for 3D technology.
The study, published in Psychological Science, also has implications for people who have just one eye or difficulties with double-eye vision.
The method was said to create 3D similar to effects used in film-making. Researchers said that current thinking was based on the need for two visual images – one from each eye – to be combined in the visual cortex, creating a sense of depth. New hypothesis
But Dr Dhanraj Vishwanath, a psychologist at the university, believes both eyes are not necessary for this “3D experience”.
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