I could be WAY out of line in the placement of this question, but here goes:
Everyone I'm sure has heard of the Oculus Rift or any of the several other VR headsets making their way around.
It reminded me of a friend who, when in art school, said, "Dali's eyes were crooked [whatever the opposite of crossed is], and it may have helped him develop a different sense of perspective, and we have been taught to practice letting our eyes go relaxed to recreate similar effects."
I don't know if he did it, and I never saw a representation. But now I am interested...
If an Oculus used a model with eyes pointing different directions...or on the "sides of the head" with a wider field of view like many non-predatory animals...
What would we see?
(And maybe if it's an interesting answer... a VR Dali or VR cow simulator might be in order...)