Two Eyes, Three Dimensions: Why We Have Stereoscopic Vision

Why do we see in 3D?

10. 24. 16 by Daniel Barker
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Humans and other mammals have two eyes so that they can perceive three visual dimensions. But there is so much more to the story of 3D, and stereoscopic tech, than having two eyes.

Uncertainty Principle is a podcast by Daniel James Barker

 

Episode Music:

“Cylinder One” by Chris Zabriskie

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“Let’s Start at the Beginning” by Lee Rosevere

“On Behalf of my Parents” by Joseph Barker

“Planetary Boundary Layer” by Sol.ar Lab

“The Theatrical Trailer for Poltergeist III” by Chris Zabriskie

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