a projection of the points in the visual field corresponding to the aggregate of points registering on the two retinas.
Origin of horopter
1695–1705; < Greek hór(os) boundary + optḗr one that looks
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optics the locus of all points in space that stimulate points on each eye that yield the same visual direction as each other
Word Origin for horopter
C18: from Greek horos boundary + optēr, from ops eye
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The sum of all points in space whose images form at corresponding points on the plane of the retina.
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