Amplitude of accommodation is usually measured using an RAF rule monocularly and binocularly
(see Figure 1).
Heterotropia, or an evident deviation, is exists while the animal views a target binocularly
, with no occlusion of either eye.
At the other extreme are innovative and technologically advanced systems such as Head Mounted Displays (HMD) which simulate binocularly
overlapped images and create the illusion of a three-dimensional world (Mon-Williams, Warm, & Rushton, 1993).
There occur losses in the number of responsive cells to the deprived eye, a loss of binocularly
responsive cells, shrinkage of cells in the LGN laminae serving the deprived eye and significant abnormalities in the response qualities of the cells that remain throughout life.
The participant's task was to identify the stimulation test binocularly
Funduscopy showed a binocularly
dull macula area with poor fovea reflex.
For our study, participants were performed both binocularly
and monocularly, making us better understand the vision function of the individual participant.
Ocular movements were tested uniocularly and binocularly
The test was performed binocularly
at the subject's habitual near work distance with correction.
Is the insertional anatomy of rectus extraocular muscles binocularly
All measurements were taken binocularly
and the experimental sessions started with the stimulus at suprathreshold levels, after a rehearsal trial to make sure that the task was clearly understood.
Observers performed two different searching tasks in natural binocularly