Influence of remote objects on local depth perception

@article{Kumar1991InfluenceOR,
  title={Influence of remote objects on local depth perception},
  author={Tribhawan Kumar and Donald A. Glaser},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1991},
  volume={31},
  pages={1687-1699}
}
The perceived relative depth of two test dots displayed within the fovea is shown to be influenced by other features in the surrounding area. These features can be as far apart as 51 deg and can have relative disparities as large as 20 deg, much larger than the disparities of the test dots. Since this effect is seen for stimuli presented for 100 msec or less, changes in direction of gaze cannot play a role. The effect varies inversely as the spatial separation between the test dots and the… CONTINUE READING

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