Surface separation decreases stereoscopic slant but a monocular aperture increases it.

@article{Gillam1998SurfaceSD,
  title={Surface separation decreases stereoscopic slant but a monocular aperture increases it.},
  author={Barbara J. Gillam and Steven Blackburn},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1998},
  volume={27 11},
  pages={1267-86}
}
When an isolated surface is stereoscopically slanted around its vertical axis, perceived slant is attenuated relative to prediction, whereas when a frontal-plane surface is placed above or below the slanted surface, slant is close to the predicted magnitude. Gillam et al (1988 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 14 163-175) have argued that this slant enhancement is due to the introduction of a gradient of relative disparities across the abutment of the two… CONTINUE READING

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