Gert J. Van Tonder

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We provide informal psychophysical support for a strategy where bottom-up features guide attention toward a target, and the top-down path interprets hypothetical shapes at the target location--as opposed to a dominant top-down approach. In our survey, for which we used the familiar picture of a Dalmatian dog against a dappled background, (i) 75% of subjects(More)
Among monocular depth cues, ocular parallax (first described formally by Brewster in 1844) remains mostly unknown, its role in perception still not investigated scientifically. Given that every single eye movement induces ocular parallax, it is a potentially useful depth cue. This paper is an attempt to revive interest in the topic. As a monocular depth(More)
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