The influence of cyclovergence on unconstrained stereoscopic matching


In order to perceive depth from binocular disparities the visual system has to identify matching features of the two retinal images. Normally, the assigned disparity is unambiguously determined by monocularly visible matching constraints. The assigned disparity is ambiguous when matching is unconstrained, such as when we view an isolated long oblique… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(02)00496-0


7 Figures and Tables