Stereo hysteresis revisited

@article{Piantanida1986StereoHR,
  title={Stereo hysteresis revisited},
  author={T. Piantanida},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={26},
  pages={431-437}
}
I have replicated the historic Fender and Julesz stereo hysteresis study [J. opt. Soc. Am. 57, 819-830 (1967)] but with a different method of image stabilization. My results generally support their findings that once fused, the two stabilized monocular images of a random-dot stereogram can be separated on the retinas by as much as 2 deg and still remain fused. However, there is one major exception: whereas they found it necessary to realign the images to within 6 min of arc for refusion to… Expand
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