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Figure 13.16 Diagram of the principle of depth perception on a sheet
13.4.1 3D Perception on a sheet
Depth perception in binocular vision due to stereopsis is possible using a sheet. This
phenomenon is perceptible by controlling one's visual system to be used in an unusual
manner: it is necessary to uncouple the convergence and accommodation of the eyes.
This constraint is the same as when viewing the stereoscopic screen, but in the latter,
it is reduced and only felt by the viewer. On the other hand, for perception of depth
on a sheet, the observer should himself impose this constraint on his eyes. Therefore
it is necessary to squint in front of the sheet (at C) and accommodate to the level of
the sheet (Figure 13.16). It is a habit to be picked up. This exercise requires some time
initially and tires the eyes. It is not advisable to do it for a very long time. Another
solution is possible, without crossing the right and left images, but in this arrangement,
convergence behind the sheet is required.
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