Two as One

The fact that we have two eyes gives us our ability to assemble three-dimensional scenes in our brains. Each eye receives a slightly different view. The two views are fused by the brain into the stereo scenes we are so familiar with. TWO AS ONE allows the visitor to experiment with binocular stereo vision. The visitor looks down into a prism assembly at the tops of two tables. Various laminated pictures and diagrams can be placed on the table top, viewed and fused into stereo images. Experiments can be done by moving the pictures or switching them right for left.