interocular


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interocular

(ˌɪntərˈɒkjʊlə)
adj
occurring or situated between the eyes
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02 HL, head length; HW, head width; ID, interocular distance; RL, rostrum length; TL, thorax length; TTL, total length; TTW, total width; TW, thorax width; WL, wing pads length; I, II, III, IV, length of antennal segments.
1A); eyebridge of three rows of facets, separated by one-facet diameter width; interocular suture present, obtuse; ocular bristles absent; frontal scar patch crown-shaped with median band of alveoli reaching interocular suture; labellum bulbous, setose; only first palp segment present on specimen, 71 pm long; scape cylindrical, pedicel spherical, 0.
Gonadosomatic index (GSI), liver somatic index (LSI), interocular distance (ID), widest head width (HW), tubercle count (TC), fatpad score (FPS), and fatpad weight (FPW).
They depend not on Tychsen's pathway, but probably via uniocular projections to area V5 (human MST/ MT), where sensitivity to interocular velocity differences has recently been identified.
Adaptation to optically-increased interocular separation under naturalistic viewing conditions.
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As Simon Reeve and Jason Flock explain, "by using a [distance between the camera lenses' axes] larger than the average human interocular of 2.
Red reflexes from cameras allow for valuable deductions about media opacities and interocular differences in vision.
At Wimbledon 2011, where the featured 3D matches all took place in Centre Court, six pairs of Sony's HDC-P1 HD multi-purpose cameras, mounted on Element Technica 3D camera rigs, were installed and configured with Sony MPE-200 processors for convergence and interocular alignment.
1998) Monocular and binocular vision in one-handed ball catching: Interocular integration.