A person’s eyes each give the brain a slightly different picture of what the person is looking at because they see it from slightly different positions, a few inches apart. The brain combines these two views to figure out the distance to the object. That gives a person 3D vision (depth perception). Seeing with just one eye gives the brain less information about distance and, as a result, less accurate depth perception.
Art by: Paula J. Becker
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