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According to a growing number of studies, the stereographic presentation of three-dimensional information improves overall performance relative to displays with only monocular depth cues. Based on studies using real-world, three-dimensional stimuli, however, the efficiency (i.e., speed) of shifting attention between objects located at different depths is(More)
In two experiments, the apparent size of a simulated horizon moon was measured as a function of the location of visible texture in the natural vistas against which it appeared. Size was found to increase as the visible scene extended farther into the distance and to decrease as the moon rose above the vista of surface texture. In the second experiment, the(More)
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