spatial acuity

spa·tial a·cu·i·ty

detection of the shape of a test object; for example, perceiving polygons of the same size but with different numbers of sides.
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Because human echolocation is often discussed as an auditory perceptual aid in navigation and object perception, it is appropriate to investigate quantitatively detection thresholds and the limits of spatial acuity that human echolocation affords its practitioners.
Spatial perception depends largely on relative localization, and this vernier method provides a means to characterize the resolution of auditory spatial acuity.
Playing with blocks has long been a favorite pastime of children and one that parents often encourage as a means of developing reasoning, spatial acuity, and other skills.
Soon, the rats were able to follow light with their eyes and attained approximately 70% of the spatial acuity of a normal, healthy rat.
Soon, the rats were able to follow lights with their eyes and attained approximately 70% of the spatial acuity of a normal, healthy rat.
In the treated rats, spatial acuity, or the ability to see fine detail, was approximately 70% that of normal rats (that had no RPE defect).