monoptic

monoptic

Relating to the presentation of different stimuli to one eye. See dichoptic.
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In a similar way, especially in the opening half of this twenty-five-minute film, Hiler interlards lengthy superimpositions with one or two shorter shots in a rhythm of alternating poly-optic and monoptic phrases.
Although there is one monoptic shot of snow in the mountains in the first part of the film, the patterns of hue and tonal value play primary roles in distinguishing the film's two parts.
Instead of the roving omniscience of Forster's narrator, granting privileged access to a gallery of interior worlds--Margaret Schlegel's of course, but also those of the business magnate Henry Wilcox, the plebeian Leonard Bast, and others--Saturday is limited to the consciousness of Perowne, channeling the multifariousness of London through a penetrating but monoptic gaze.
Ellen raised some very serious points about the monoptic way NOW and leading feminists address the abortion issue.