Perception of relative depth interval: systematic biases in perceived depth.

  title={Perception of relative depth interval: systematic biases in perceived depth.},
  author={Julie M. Harris and Adrien Chopin and Katharina M. Zeiner and Paul B. Hibbard},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  volume={65 1},
Given an estimate of the binocular disparity between a pair of points and an estimate of the viewing distance, or knowledge of eye position, it should be possible to obtain an estimate of their depth separation. Here we show that, when points are arranged in different vertical geometric configurations across two intervals, many observers find this task difficult. Those who can do the task tend to perceive the depth interval in one configuration as very different from depth in the other… CONTINUE READING

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