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Sorry this is late, just saw this! Anything particular you'd like to know about the eyes or just coursework guidance?
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I haven't done that coursework but I have studied vision a bit this year, so I might be able to help if you have any specific questions. (It's also good revision for me!) So if I can help, ask away
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OK, well that should be fairly simple to do. You should find that binocular vision is better than monocular vision for depth perception, because of the slightly different images seen by the retina of each eye. You'll need to do some experiments with one eye covered - I suggest you test both eyes, then the left, then the right, for the sake of completeness. And you'll need to find a way of actually testing how good the depth perception is - shouldn't be too hard
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That should work! There are loads of variations on a theme but that one ought to work pretty well
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