Occlusion and the distortion of alignment in three-dimensional space.

@article{Daniels1993OcclusionAT,
  title={Occlusion and the distortion of alignment in three-dimensional space.},
  author={V L Daniels and I E Gordon},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1993},
  volume={22 9},
  pages={1037-44}
}
When observers are asked to align two rectangular stimuli oriented at 45 degrees to the visual axis there is a slight tendency to set the more distant stimulus closer to the eye than its true coplanar position. However, when a large rectangular surface is interpolated between the two oblique stimuli and the observer, errors of alignment become relatively much larger. The displacement caused by the interpolated stimulus occurs both when the display is viewed monocularly and when it is viewed… CONTINUE READING

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