Richard A. Paris

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When dissimilar monocular images are viewed simultaneously by the two eyes, stable binocular vision gives way to unstable vision characterized by alternations in dominance between the two images in a phenomenon called binocular rivalry. These alternations in perception reveal the existence of inhibitory interactions between neural representations associated(More)
When two eyes view different objects or scenes at the same time, stable binocular single vision gives way to alternations in perception. Called binocular rivalry, this beguiling phenomenon discloses the existence of inhibitory interactions between neural representations associated with the conflicting visual inputs. One strategy for learning details about(More)
Locomotion in large virtual environments is currently unsupported in smartphone-powered virtual reality headsets, particularly within the confines of limited physical space. While motion controllers are a workaround for this issue, they exhibit known problems: they occupy the subject's hands, and they cause poor navigation performance. In this paper, we(More)
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