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Visual Perception: An Introduction
1. Understanding Visual Perception 2. The Heritage 3. Light and the Eye 4. Location 5. Motion 6. Recognition.
Yarbus, eye movements, and vision
The impact of Yarbus's research on eye movements was enormous following the translation of his book Eye Movements and Vision into English in 1967. In stark contrast, the published material in EnglishExpand
Monocular and Binocular Rivalry between Contours
  • N. Wade
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perception
  • 1 March 1975
The temporal characteristics of binocular and monocular rivalry between orthogonal gratings of the same or complementary colours were investigated. Rivalry was measured in terms of the dominance ofExpand
Perceptual Aspects of Two-dimensional and Stereoscopic Display Techniques in Endoscopic Surgery: Review and Current Problems
The aim of this review is to analyze the perceptual aspects of endoscopic imaging systems. After discussing depth perception in natural settings, the problems of perceiving depth in 2-dimensionalExpand
Effect of Prolonged Tilt on Visual Orientation
  • N. Wade
  • Geology, Medicine
  • The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 August 1970
Visual orientation during lateral tilt is viewed in terms of orientation constancy. The postural systems involved in the maintenance of constancy are considered to be those of the otolith, neck andExpand
The representation of orientation in vision
Abstract For veridical detection of object orientation any system that can itself vary in orientation must allocate orientation appropriately between itself and objects in space. A model for suchExpand
A natural history of vision
This illustrated survey covers the "observational era of vision", beginning with the Greek philosophers and ending with Wheatstone's description of the stereoscope at the end of the 1830s (afterExpand
Pioneers of eye movement research
  • N. Wade
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • i-Perception
  • 5 November 2010
Recent advances in the technology affording eye movement recordings carry the risk of neglecting past achievements. Without the assistance of this modern armoury, great strides were made inExpand
Binocular rivalry between single lines viewed as real images and afterimages
Binocular rivalry alternations between single lines oriented at 0 and 90 deg or 0 and 45 deg were measured. The lines were viewed as either real images or afterimages. The experiment was designed toExpand
The Eye as an Optical Instrument: From Camera Obscura to Helmholtz's Perspective
The era of modern vision research can be thought of as beginning in the seventeenth century with Johannes Kepler's understanding of the optics of the camera obscura with a lens and its relation toExpand