Biology

Why Do We See Better With Two Eyes?

Our eyes can see the objects. Both of our eyes look at the object together, but from slightly different angles.

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The image projected on the retina of one eye will differ slightly from the image in the other eye. When both the image reaches the brain together, we get a three-dimension view of the object. We are also able to judge the depth and nearness of an object better when we look at it with both eyes.

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