Philip Cammack

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Deciding what constitutes an object, and what background, is an essential task for the visual system. This presents a conundrum: averaging over the visual scene is required to obtain a precise signal for object segregation, but segregation is required to define the region over which averaging should take place. Depth, obtained via binocular disparity (the(More)
Depth from binocular disparity is an important cue for segregating an object from its background, and potentially breaking camouflage. In this study we explored whether depth from disparity is hindered by luminance 'camouflage', where luminance edges on an object are not coincident with disparity-defined edges. We presented participants with random dot(More)
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