The double interpretation is more readily accomplished by monocular than by binocular vision.
Nystagmus occasionally occurs in monocular fixation (with exclusion of the other eye).
It is a monocular philosophy, seeing outlines clear, but missing the solid bulk and perspective of things.
Even the doctor, himself a hardened man of the sea, showed a brilliant spark of emotion behind his monocular attic window.
The little microscope was an excellent one, though only a monocular.
Images on the computer screen are held together by the conventions of monocular vision.
These are the retinal field of vision, the monocular field, and the binocular field.
Others have been rendered single-seeing through obsessional use of the monocular lens, given over to proof of the presupposition.
The dependence of one monocular field upon the other, and also their independence, are emphasized by this experiment.
In monocular vision, on the contrary, the movement is uniformly upward and involves a progressive increase in error.
monocular mo·noc·u·lar (mŏ-nŏk'yə-lər, mə-)
Having or affecting one eye only.
Having a single eyepiece, as certain microscopes or other optical instruments.