Stereo improves 3D shape discrimination even when rich monocular shape cues are available.

@article{Lee2011StereoI3,
  title={Stereo improves 3D shape discrimination even when rich monocular shape cues are available.},
  author={Young Lim Lee and Jeffrey A Saunders},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 9}
}
We measured the ability to discriminate 3D shapes across changes in viewpoint and illumination based on rich monocular 3D information and tested whether the addition of stereo information improves shape constancy. Stimuli were images of smoothly curved, random 3D objects. Objects were presented in three viewing conditions that provided different 3D information: shading-only, stereo-only, and combined shading and stereo. Observers performed shape discrimination judgments for sequentially… CONTINUE READING
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