Some preliminary experiments on vision without inversion of the retinal image.

@article{StrattonSomePE,
  title={Some preliminary experiments on vision without inversion of the retinal image.},
  author={George Malcolm Stratton},
  journal={Psychological Review},
  volume={3},
  pages={611-617}
}
  • George Malcolm Stratton
  • Psychology
  • Psychological Review
  • Two important theories of upright vision hold that the inversion of the retinal image is necessary for the perception of things as upright. According to the first, which we may call the projection theory, objects are projected back into space in the directions in which the rays of light fall upon the retina. And the crossing of these lines of direction within the eye requires that if the object is to be projected right side up the retinal image must be inverted. The second theory, which may be… CONTINUE READING

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