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'''Cyclopean image''' is a single [[image]] created by the [[brain]] by combining two images received from the two [[eye]]s. Cyclopean image is named after the mythical Cyclops with a single eye.
 
'''Cyclopean image''' is a single [[image]] created by the [[brain]] by combining two images received from the two [[eye]]s. Cyclopean image is named after the mythical Cyclops with a single eye.
 
 
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A '''Cyclopean eye''' is an imaginary eye located between the two real eyes as a correlate of the single image.
   
 
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Cyclopean image is a single image created by the brain by combining two images received from the two eyes. Cyclopean image is named after the mythical Cyclops with a single eye.

A Cyclopean eye is an imaginary eye located between the two real eyes as a correlate of the single image.

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