Head-coupled perspective

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Head-coupled perspective is a technique to show 3D imagery on 2D devices. The perspective of the scene on the screen is based on the position of the user’s eyes, simulating a 3D environment. When the user moves his/her head the perspective of the scene changes, creating the effect of looking through a window to the scene instead of looking at a flat projection of a scene.

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