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depth perception

n.
The ability to perceive spatial relationships, especially distances between objects, in three dimensions.

depth′ percep`tion


n.
the ability to judge the dimensions and spatial relationships of objects.
[1905–10]
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With advanced sensor technology and proprietary software, the Visionsense system delivers depth perception, high definition resolution images and maneuvering flexibility through the smallest access diameters.
TriOviz s software development kit makes use of current 3D graphics information to help boost a game s depth perception, geometry volume and position of gaming characters and environments.
Adults with amblyopia, or 'lazy eye', experienced marked improvement in 3-D depth perception and the sharpness of their vision after spending just 40 hours playing off-the-shelf video games, the researchers said.
But BMG's use of the No-Noise process has also brought a degree of hollow ringing to the high end, which, added to a generally lightweight bass response, fairly quirky imaging, and some limited depth perception, results in less than audiophile fare.
Patients tell us that the iZon Lens gives them the quality of vision they have never before experienced - sharpness of images, richer colors, better depth perception, reduced glare and seeing better at night," noted Dreher.
Other clients are able to walk but might have depth perception or visual deficits from their injury.
It might seem like a 7-ounce extravagance, but for those of us with shaky depth perception, this measures distances from 11 to 550 yards, and can see the pin from 160 yards in (although some who've used it say it actually goes to 220).
Born with poor vision and a lack of depth perception Greenfield found herself most at home with animals, and talked her way to the African jungle to study wildlife as soon as possible.
Is her depth perception poor because she needs new eyeglasses?
Even better, contrasting light colors help make up for depth perception problems.
Her particular range of the rainbow is dyspraxia or Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), an impairment of the organization of movement or thought others may see as simple clumsiness, lack of balance, and poor depth perception.
But it's through movement that young children improve their balance, coordination, depth perception, strength and other skills critical to their development, said Adrian Becker, owner of the Sherman Oaks Gymboree.