Depth judgments of triangular surfaces during moving monocular viewing.

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When an observer judges the orientation in depth of a trapezoidal surface, the pictorial information of the surface is often more influential than motion information. Motion information might be more effective if pictorial information is simplified: this prompts the present study. Surfaces were triangular and pictorial information resided only in the visual… (More)

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@article{ReinhardtRutland1996DepthJO, title={Depth judgments of triangular surfaces during moving monocular viewing.}, author={Anthony H Reinhardt-Rutland}, journal={Perception}, year={1996}, volume={25 1}, pages={27-35} }