Binocular parallax

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the apparent difference in position of an object as seen separately by one eye, and then by the other, the head remaining unmoved.

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People see two different images--projections from the 2D monitor, one for each eye--based on "horizontal binocular parallax," namely what each horizontally separated eye sees.