why do we see one sight on opening our eyes though there is nose between them.

Asked by  | 20th Jun, 2008, 11:59: AM

Expert Answer:

Our eyes are separated by a few centimeters and hence each eye sees a slightly different image. The brain then combines the two pictures together to form one 3D image that has depth to it. Hence we see only one image.


Answered by  | 23rd Jun, 2008, 07:49: PM

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