Depth Perception refers to the ability to understand the relationship among objects in space. Human beings develop a sense of depth perception as infants.
Other definition:
Depth perception refers to the ability to see objects in perspective.

See also:
"Depth perception" is in the UNSPSC Code "42183042"
  Depth perception apparatus

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