Seeing depth in colour: More than just what meets the eyes

@article{Faubert1994SeeingDI,
  title={Seeing depth in colour: More than just what meets the eyes},
  author={Jocelyn Faubert},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1994},
  volume={34},
  pages={1165-1186}
}
Novel binocular depth illusions obtained from two-dimensional colour images are presented. It is demonstrated that the magnitude of these illusions is based on transverse chromatic aberration (TCA), however, the depth obtained cannot be observed unless specific conditions are met even if the TCA is present. Some form of perceptual organization occurring at and/or beyond the binocular fusion site of the brain, is required for some of these effects to occur. An example of a paradoxical finding… CONTINUE READING

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