the retinal disparity generated by pictures which reside past the horopter in visual space. Uncrossed disparity elicits the pictures on both retinas to move nasally relative to the location of pictures of items on the horopter, and crossed disparity does the exact opposite. Items closer than the horopter will progress transiently on both retinas, to items on the horopter.

UNCROSSED DISPARITY: "Tomorrow, we will be discussing the concept of uncrossed disparity."
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