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Posted by  Per Corell on March 28, 2004 at 10:54:35:

In Reply to:  Re: Architecture + Psychology posted by Ivan Mironov on March 28, 2004 at 00:12:50:


But you must remember , that some people se with only one eye.
----- This mean that calculating distance is not about measuring the angle between the two, but determing one objects up against another.
Now as atleast one third your brain, is hard wired the sense cells of your eyes, this also mean that the one eyed will have the double brain pover to calculate what come from the one eye, ------ don't it ?
Also as most thinking is visual , this also mean that you in theory can think deeper, don't it ;))
Well you don't need to spend your thinking holding the impression from the other eye , and can use your full brain for a one eye view.

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