Real world occlusion constraints and binocular rivalry

@article{Shimojo1990RealWO,
  title={Real world occlusion constraints and binocular rivalry},
  author={S. Shimojo and Ken Nakayama},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={30},
  pages={69-80}
}
A surface occluding a more distant surface gives rise to interocularly unpaired regions to its immediate left and right. The unpaired region on the left side is visible only to the left eye, whereas that on the right side is visible only to the right eye. Thus for real world scenes there are opto-geometrical constraints which determine whether particular combinations of relative depth and right-eye-only or left-eye-only stimuli are ecologically valid or invalid. We report a demonstration and… CONTINUE READING

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