pseudoscope


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pseudoscope

(ˈsjuːdəˌskəʊp)
n
1. (Psychology) an optical device which transposes what is seen by the left and right eyes
2. (Physiology) an optical device which transposes what is seen by the left and right eyes
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His Pseudoscope; Chronoscope; Photometer; Laleidophone; cryptology and the use of cyphers; his Polar clock and a device for measuring electrical resistance, still known today as "Wheatstone's Bridge", are all way beyond my capability to explain here.
So John went home and reinvented a nineteenth-century instrument called the Wheatstone pseudoscope. Then he moved on to make another invention using tiny optical devices called corner reflectors.
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