The backward inclination of a surface defined by empirical corresponding points.

@article{Grove2001TheBI,
  title={The backward inclination of a surface defined by empirical corresponding points.},
  author={Philip M. Grove and Hirohiko Kaneko and Hiroshi Ono},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2001},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={411-29}
}
Three experiments were conducted to investigate whether a locus of binocular correspondence extends eccentrically from the vertical horopter. In experiment 1, we investigated whether the backward inclination of the vertical horopter was manifested in the angle at which readers prefer to orient the page. All observers preferred a page inclined backwards to any other orientation. This backward inclination was less than predicted from previous psychophysical reports, however. In experiment 2, we… CONTINUE READING

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