Binoptic stimulation
Health dictionary
Untitled Document
Search :      

Art dictionary
Financial dictionary
Hollywood dictionary
Insurance dictionary
Literature dictionary
Real Estate dictionary
Tourism dictionary

 
  Binoptic stimulation



Binoptic stimulation

    When the same image is presented to each eye.

RELATED TERMS
--------------------------------------

Eye
The organ of sight. The eye has a number of components. These components include but are not limited to the cornea, iris, pupil, lens, retina, macula, optic nerve, choroid and vitreous.



SIMILAR TERMS
--------------------------------------

Binocular
Using both eyes at the same time. Binocular vision is the most important element of depth perception.

Binocular diplopia
See: Diplopia, binocular.

Binocular disparity
The difference in position of two retinal images of an object that do not fall on exactly corresponding retinal positions.

Binocular field
A receptive field which responds to a cells optimal stimulus if it is presented to either eye.

Binocular overlap
The segment of the optic array sampled by both eyes.

Binocular rivalry
Occurs when the two eyes are presented with different stimuli. Instead of seeing a summation of the two images, our perception switches from one image to the other.

Binocular vision
Vision performed with two eyes/sensors whose outputs are often used to extract relative stereoscopic depth.

Binocular zone
The central region of the visual field from which light enter both eyes.

Binocularity
The ability to focus upon an object with both eyes and create a single stereoscopic image. Binocularity requires highly convergent orbits. The evolutionary increases among primates in the degree of orbital convergence have been noted to correlate with the expansion of visual brain structures and, as a consequence, with the overall size of the brain. It is therefore thought that the evolution of brain size in primates was associated with visual specialization.



PREVIOUS AND NEXT TERMS
--------------------------------------

Binocular vision
Vision performed with two eyes/sensors whose outputs are often used to extract relative stereoscopic depth.

Binocular field
A receptive field which responds to a cells optimal stimulus if it is presented to either eye.

Binocular overlap
The segment of the optic array sampled by both eyes.

Binocular rivalry
Occurs when the two eyes are presented with different stimuli. Instead of seeing a summation of the two images, our perception switches from one image to the other.

Binocular zone
The central region of the visual field from which light enter both eyes.

Binoptic stimulation

Bioluminescence
The emission of light by organisms.

Bipolar cell
Key interneurons in the retina. Antagonistic center-surround receptive field organization. Makes excitatory connections to ganglion cells.

Blind spot
The location where optic nerve fibers leave the retina. This area has no photoreceptors and therefore no visual input. The cortex appears to fill-in this missing information so we are not conscious of the blind spot.

Blindsight
A phenomenon reported in individuals suffering from cortical blindness (i.e. damage to the primary visual cortex resulting in blindness). Individuals with blindsight report that they are unable to see, yet under forced choice conditions are able to indicate the presence and location of visually presented objects.

Block artifacts
Visual artifacts created when an image compressed with an algorithm using block coding is reconstructed.

   We thank you for using the Health Dictionary to search for Binoptic stimulation. If you have a better definition for Binoptic stimulation than the one presented here, please let us know by making use of the suggest a term option. This definition of Binoptic stimulation may be disputed by other professionals. Our attempt is to provide easy definitions on Binoptic stimulation and any other medical topic for the public at large.
 
This dictionary contains 59020 terms.      









  
                    © Health Dictionary 2005 - All rights reserved -

   binopticstimulation / inoptic stimulation / bnoptic stimulation / bioptic stimulation / binptic stimulation / binotic stimulation / binopic stimulation / binoptc stimulation / binopti stimulation / binopticstimulation / binoptic timulation / binoptic simulation / binoptic stmulation / binoptic stiulation / binoptic stimlation / binoptic stimuation / binoptic stimultion / binoptic stimulaion / binoptic stimulaton / binoptic stimulatin / binoptic stimulatio / bbinoptic stimulation / biinoptic stimulation / binnoptic stimulation / binooptic stimulation / binopptic stimulation / binopttic stimulation / binoptiic stimulation / binopticc stimulation / binoptic stimulation / binoptic sstimulation / binoptic sttimulation / binoptic stiimulation / binoptic stimmulation / binoptic stimuulation / binoptic stimullation / binoptic stimulaation / binoptic stimulattion / binoptic stimulatiion / binoptic stimulatioon / binoptic stimulationn / vinoptic stimulation / finoptic stimulation / ginoptic stimulation / hinoptic stimulation / ninoptic stimulation / inoptic stimulation / bnoptic stimulation / biboptic stimulation / bihoptic stimulation / bijoptic stimulation / bimoptic stimulation / bi optic stimulation / bin9ptic stimulation / bin0ptic stimulation / binpptic stimulation / binlptic stimulation / binkptic stimulation / biniptic stimulation / bin8ptic stimulation / bino0tic stimulation / bino-tic stimulation / bino[tic stimulation / bino;tic stimulation / binoltic stimulation / binootic stimulation / bino9tic stimulation / binop5ic stimulation / binop6ic stimulation / binopyic stimulation / binophic stimulation / binopgic stimulation / binopfic stimulation / binopric stimulation / binop4ic stimulation / binoptc stimulation / binoptix stimulation / binoptis stimulation / binoptid stimulation / binoptif stimulation / binoptiv stimulation / binopti stimulation / binoptic wtimulation / binoptic etimulation / binoptic dtimulation / binoptic xtimulation / binoptic ztimulation / binoptic atimulation / binoptic qtimulation / binoptic s5imulation / binoptic s6imulation / binoptic syimulation / binoptic shimulation / binoptic sgimulation / binoptic sfimulation / binoptic srimulation / binoptic s4imulation / binoptic stmulation / binoptic stinulation / binoptic stijulation / binoptic stikulation / binoptic sti,ulation / binoptic sti ulation / binoptic stim7lation / binoptic stim8lation / binoptic stimilation / binoptic stimklation / binoptic stimjlation / binoptic stimhlation / binoptic stimylation / binoptic stim6lation / binoptic stimuoation / binoptic stimupation / binoptic stimu;ation / binoptic stimu.ation / binoptic stimu,ation / binoptic stimukation / binoptic stimuiation / binoptic stimulqtion / binoptic stimulwtion / binoptic stimulstion / binoptic stimulxtion / binoptic stimulztion / binoptic stimula5ion / binoptic stimula6ion / binoptic stimulayion / binoptic stimulahion / binoptic stimulagion / binoptic stimulafion / binoptic stimularion / binoptic stimula4ion / binoptic stimulaton / binoptic stimulati9n / binoptic stimulati0n / binoptic stimulatipn / binoptic stimulatiln / binoptic stimulatikn / binoptic stimulatiin / binoptic stimulati8n / binoptic stimulatiob / binoptic stimulatioh / binoptic stimulatioj / binoptic stimulatiom / binoptic stimulatio /