horopter


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horopter

(hɒˈrɒptə)
n
(Psychology) optics the locus of all points in space that stimulate points on each eye that yield the same visual direction as each other
[C18: from Greek horos boundary + optēr, from ops eye]
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As described in 'Retinal correspondence/ the visual axes coincide at the horopter, and objects falling either side of this imaginary line induce retinal disparity, which leads to the experience of diplopia.
Xu, "Research on precision of 3D restoration based on horopter and structural light," Transducer and Microsystem Technologies, vol.
Among their topics are binocular summation, the normal horopter, visual response to near objects, depth perception, and measuring binocular motor and sensory status.