Perceived direction during monocular viewing is based on signals of the viewing eye only

@article{Erkelens2000PerceivedDD,
  title={Perceived direction during monocular viewing is based on signals of the viewing eye only},
  author={Casper J. Erkelens},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={40},
  pages={2411-2419}
}
Perceived visual directions are derived from combining retinal signals and oculomotor signals. Up to now the general belief is that the oculomotor signals of the two eyes are first pooled before they become available for perception of depth and direction. In this sense the eyes are believed to act together as one unit known as the cyclopean eye. This study, however, shows that during monocular viewing in daylight conditions, the perceived directions of objects are indicated by their retinal… CONTINUE READING