Abnormal depth perception from motion parallax in amblyopic observers

  title={Abnormal depth perception from motion parallax in amblyopic observers},
  author={Angela M Thompson and Mark Nawrot},
  journal={Vision Research},
Many similarities exist between the perception of depth from binocular stereopsis and that from motion parallax. Moreover, Rogers (1984, cited in, Howard, I. P., & Rogers, B. J. (1995). Binocular vision and stereopsis. Oxford Claridon, New York.) suggests a relationship between an observer's ability to use disparity information and motion parallax information in a depth perception task. To more closely investigate this relationship, depth perception was studied in normal observers and amblyopic… CONTINUE READING

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