Spatial scale interactions in stereo sensitivity and the neural representation of binocular disparity.

@article{Smallman1997SpatialSI,
  title={Spatial scale interactions in stereo sensitivity and the neural representation of binocular disparity.},
  author={Harvey S. Smallman and Donald I. A. Macleod},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1997},
  volume={26 8},
  pages={977-94}
}
How are binocular disparities encoded and represented in the human visual system? An 'encoding cube' diagram is introduced to visualise differences between competing models. To distinguish the models experimentally, the depth-increment-detection function (discriminating disparity d from d +/- delta d) was measured as a function of standing disparity (d) with spatially filtered random-dot stereograms of different centre spatial frequencies. Stereothresholds degraded more quickly as standing… CONTINUE READING

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