Issue compiled and edited by Andrew J. Parker
Unlike most other animals, our eyes point forwards, looking out into visual space before us. Although we cannot see behind us, we can use our two eyes together to see objects in depth using binocular stereoscopic vision. This feature shapes our use of technology such as virtual reality but also leads to specific clinical problems when the eyes fail to work together. In this theme issue, we bring together work from leading scientists with diverse expertise to present new research and review current knowledge about visual neuroscience and cognition.
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