A new stereoscopic illusion: eyes popping out and sinking in.
Thomas V. Papathomas
A stereoscopic illusion is produced by manipulating the binocular disparity of the irises in stereo pairs of human faces. These stimuli elicit unnatural percepts of the irises popping out of the face or sinking in inside the head.
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