The analysis of stereopsis.

@article{Poggio1984TheAO,
  title={The analysis of stereopsis.},
  author={G. Poggio and T. Poggio},
  journal={Annual review of neuroscience},
  year={1984},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          379-412
        }
}
Our eyes capture different 2-D images of the objects around us and our brain uses these images to recover a description of the 3-D structure of the environ­ ment. Stereopsis is the process responsible for this reconstruction of the depth dimension in our visual world. Since Wheatstone invented the stereoscope in 1 838, the processes underlying primate stereo vision have been intensively studied, first with psychophysical techniques, and more recently in terms of the underlying physiological… Expand
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