Advantages of binocular vision for the control of reaching and grasping

Abstract

Theoretical considerations suggest that binocular information should provide advantages, compared to monocular viewing, for the planning and execution of natural reaching and grasping actions, but empirical support for this is quite equivocal. We have examined these predictions on a simple prehension task in which normal subjects reached, grasped and lifted… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-005-0273-x

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