How efficient coding of binocular disparity statistics in the primary visual cortex influences eye rotation strategy

Abstract

Stereopsis, the ability to perceive depth, is crucial for detecting camouflaged objects and for performing tasks that require estimating distance. Understanding how our brain can so quickly estimate depth from the slightly different images from our left and right eyes, the difference of which is called binocular disparity, is still a major unsolved problem… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2202-14-S1-O7

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@inproceedings{Marzen2013HowEC, title={How efficient coding of binocular disparity statistics in the primary visual cortex influences eye rotation strategy}, author={Sarah Marzen and Joel Zylberberg and Michael Robert DeWeese}, booktitle={BMC Neuroscience}, year={2013} }