Where an image or scene is presented differently for each eye allowing a true 3D perspective. Some head-mounted displays offer stereoscopic vision to increase the effect of being in an artificially created environment.
Refers to viewing a scene with two eyes, where information is taken from the environment, or provided in a representational view that allows depth and spatial relationships to be discerned. The term is commonly used to differentiate between a "flat" two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional scene, and one that provides the spatial cues, making it almost equivalent to a scene in real three-dimensional space.
two photographs taken with a stereoscopic camera. One photograph represents the left eye, and the other the right eye. When the two photographs are viewed in a stereoscopic apparatus, they combine to create a single image with depth and relief.