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Binocular cues and the control of prehension.
The present study was designed to assess the importance of binocular information (i.e. binocular disparity and angle of convergence) in the control of prehension. Previous studies which haveExpand
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Seeing in 3-D With Just One Eye
Humans can perceive depth when viewing with one eye, and even when viewing a two-dimensional picture of a three-dimensional scene. However, viewing a real scene with both eyes produces a moreExpand
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The stereoscopic anisotropy: individual differences and underlying mechanisms.
Observers are more sensitive to variations in the depth of stereoscopic surfaces in a vertical than in a horizontal direction; however, there are large individual differences in this anisotropy. TheExpand
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Reaching for virtual objects: binocular disparity and the control of prehension
Abstract. Although, in principle, binocular cues provide veridical information about the three-dimensional shape of objects, our perception on the basis of these cues is distorted systematically. TheExpand
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Distribution of independent components of binocular natural images.
An influential theory of the function of early processing in the visual cortex is that it forms an efficient coding of ecologically valid stimuli. In particular, correlations and differences betweenExpand
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Visual Processing and Dyslexia
Magnocellular-pathway deficits have been hypothesised to be responsible for the problems experienced by dyslexic individuals in reading. However, research has yet to provide a detailed account of theExpand
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Spatial frequency and visual discomfort
Images created from noise filtered to have an approximately 1/f amplitude spectrum were altered by adding excess energy concentrated at various spatial frequencies. The effects of this manipulationExpand
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Perceived Direction of Motion Determined by Adaptation to Static Binocular Images
In Li and Atick's [1, 2] theory of efficient stereo coding, the two eyes' signals are transformed into uncorrelated binocular summation and difference signals, and gain control is applied to theExpand
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Binocular energy responses to natural images
  • P. Hibbard
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Vision Research
  • 1 June 2008
TLDR
The binocular energy model provides a good description of the first stages of cortical binocular processing. Expand
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Consciousness of the first order in blindsight
At suprathreshold levels, detection and awareness of visual stimuli are typically synonymous in nonclinical populations. But following postgeniculate lesions, some patients may perform above chanceExpand
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