Estimation of the stereoscopic threshold utilizing perceived depth.

@article{Somers1984EstimationOT,
  title={Estimation of the stereoscopic threshold utilizing perceived depth.},
  author={W. W. Somers and Meredith J. Hamilton},
  journal={Ophthalmic & physiological optics : the journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians},
  year={1984},
  volume={4 3},
  pages={245-50}
}
Recent reports in the literature indicate that a random-dot style of stereoscopic test is the most accurate method of assessing stereoscopic threshold [Cooper, J., Feldman, J. and Medlin, D. (1979) J. Am. optom. Ass. 50, 821-825]. While this is undoubtedly true for those who can respond to the test, it is less so for very young, infirm or other patients who do not or cannot have the requisite attention span. This experiment finds that the amount of perceived depth seen on a test like the Titmus… CONTINUE READING