Disparity range for local stereopsis as a function of luminance spatial frequency

@article{Schor1983DisparityRF,
  title={Disparity range for local stereopsis as a function of luminance spatial frequency},
  author={Clifton M. Schor and I. Hey Wood},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1983},
  volume={23},
  pages={1649-1654}
}
The disparity range for stereo sensitivity was investigated with spatially filtered bars, tuned narrowly over a broad range of spatial frequencies. When measured with narrow (high spatial frequency) bars the disparity range for stereopsis exceeded two orders of magnitude. The range was reduced with broad (low spatial frequency) bars by an elevation of stereothreshold that increased according to a constant 6 deg phase disparity. The upper disparity limit also increased at broad spatial periods… CONTINUE READING
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