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elbanditoroso's avatar

Depends on where it is. example

Ltryptophan's avatar

@elbanditoroso yes on forehead for instance….

Just more 3D depth?

Patty_Melt's avatar

We would see quite a lot differently, but the type of difference depends on the positioning.
Centrally located on the forehead could help the centering of the other two eyes, increase distance judgement, and present a higher definition to the brain. Glasses and goggles would present a special problem, and bangs would be almost unheard of.
An off center location would not be terribly useful.
On the chin would be a disaster, especially when eating a hot pizza slice.

Zaku's avatar

Also would depend on how your brain/nervous-system processed it.

chyna's avatar

Just one more eye I would have to make up.

elbanditoroso's avatar

Is this how the musical group Third Eye Blind got their name?

Ltryptophan's avatar

I submit, there would need to be supporting bone structure, and also a protective brow.

This would really throw off the look of the forehead. If you put the eye beneath a unified brow in-between the other two eyes, and lowered the nose, and sinuses, it would stretch the face downward.

The layout we have is nice, now that I really consider it that way.

kritiper's avatar

We wouldn’t see any better than our standard stereo vision.

KNOWITALL's avatar

If it was on the back top of our head, that would be great for safety.

ragingloli's avatar

That depends on the location of the eye, and what part of the light spectrum the eye actually can see. Maybe it could also be a super zoom lens for extreme ranges.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

These would finally have buyers.

kritiper's avatar

Just below the naval would be an interesting spot.

Ltryptophan's avatar

@kritiper, so, a porthole in the pants?

kritiper's avatar

@Ltryptophan I suppose one wouldn’t use it in the normal sense.

Ltryptophan's avatar

@kritiper wait how would you be thinking to use it?

kritiper's avatar

Now what do you think?

Ltryptophan's avatar

No matter what you use a lap eye for, it would be weird to cover it up.

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