Tell us about the eye structure. How would the picture of the world change if we had only one eye?

The human eye has an almost spherical shape, it is protected by a dense shell – the sclera. The front of the sclera is the cornea (cornea), behind it is the iris. There is a watery liquid between the cornea and the iris. In the iris there is a hole – the pupil, behind it there is a transparent body, similar in shape to a biconvex lens – the lens, which is surrounded by muscles. The vitreous body is located behind the lens. The back of the sclera is covered with a retina, which consists of nerve endings.
Thanks to vision with two eyes, we see an object volumetric, not flat.

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