Recent Examples of depth perception from the Web
Our eyes aren't capable of much in the way of depth perception individually; instead, slight differences in the information obtained by our two eyes are interpreted by the brain to provide information on depth and relative locations.
Now the best phones have two lenses on the back, using the extra eye for closer-in zoom shots and even depth perception.
But for the players, the new lighting and depth perception take some getting used to.
This not only forges connections between rooms but also allows light and sound to travel. Triangular or rectangular, these cut-outs play games with depth perception.
Another year — marked by misdiagnoses, emergency visits and a car accident caused by Hadid’s loss of depth perception — followed before she was diagnosed in 2012.
Meanwhile, when firmware for Apple’s forthcoming HomePod speaker leaked online, developers spotted clues suggesting that a coming iPhone might have similar depth perception and facial recognition.
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First Known Use of depth perception
DEPTH PERCEPTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of depth perception for English Language Learners
: the ability to see how far away something is or how much space is between things
medical Definition of depth perception
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