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Posted by  BRUTUS on October 09, 2002 at 12:42:23:

In Reply to:  Re: humanization architecture and planet of the apes! posted by Per Corell on October 09, 2002 at 11:33:55:

well according to the author of the article,he said:
....human are anthropocentric.their bodies experience three orthogonal axis of up & down,front & back,and left and right....
you said to me to try to vision the 3 axis with one eye,well you know that a binocular vision is what the brain interpret two slightly different perspective and combine them as one unified figure and this what gives the vision the depth or the z-axis...
i read once that in an imaginary 2 dimensional living world ,a sphere
will be noticed as a circle or a point circle or invisible(clearly depends on the plane of intersection between the sphere and the 2 D world).
you offer me this 45 degree(z-axis) world,well i think in this sort of imaginary world we may need the 3 D-H as a habitable forms,but i wonder how the human skeleton would be deformed to fit this world!

 
 
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