Adaptation to optically-increased interocular separation under naturalistic viewing conditions.

@article{Fisher1990AdaptationTO,
  title={Adaptation to optically-increased interocular separation under naturalistic viewing conditions.},
  author={Sylvia K. Fisher and Kenneth J. Ciuffreda},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1990},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={171-80}
}
Mirror spectacles which enhance binocular disparity by optically doubling the normal separation between the eyes were used to create conditions of combined perceptual and oculomotor conflict. Apparent depth and distance, as well as tonic accommodation, tonic vergence, and accommodative-vergence gain (response AC/A ratio), were assessed immediately before and after a 30 min exposure period of naturalistic viewing with the spectacles. Wearing the spectacles produced an increase in tonic vergence… CONTINUE READING

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