The moving dynamic random dot stereosize test: validity and repeatability.

@article{Moussa2003TheMD,
  title={The moving dynamic random dot stereosize test: validity and repeatability.},
  author={Mohamed A Moussa and Susan J Leat and Jocelyn Faubert},
  journal={Journal of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus},
  year={2003},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={
          341-8
        }
}
PURPOSE We have developed a new test suitable for measuring stereopsis in young children and individuals with communication difficulties. It consists of a drifting, computer-generated red and green, dynamic random dot, disparate shape. The motion direction is indicated by the subject (subjective response) or by a naive observer judging the eye movements of the subject (objective response). Disparity is maintained at 616 sec arc and the dependent variable is the angular subtense of the target… CONTINUE READING
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