Parkinson's Disease (PD) is typically classified by the onset of motor impairments, however, non-motor symptoms are also present in all disease stages. Vision abnormalities contribute to the non-motor PD deficits, yet little research has studied how PD affects visual perceptions with no produced motor responses. This provides motivation for the current study which focuses on examining allocentric visual displacement perception - information used for object identification - in PD patients. To study this PD participants OFF and ON Levodopa therapy, and age-matched healthy control participants were tested. A modular graphics toolbox was implemented to carry out the perceptual testing. Individuals with PD were shown to have impairments in displacement perception of the larger tested magnitudes when both OFF and ON Levodopa compared to control participants, suggesting impairments in visual displacement processing pathways. These abnormalities could contribute to difficulties some PD patients have with visual recognition and visuospatial navigation. Furthermore, the study validated the graphical tool as a means of quantifying perceptual abilities that can be expanded to many perceptual modalities and paired with robotic devices.