Three-dimensional object recognition is viewpoint dependent

@article{Tarr1998ThreedimensionalOR,
  title={Three-dimensional object recognition is viewpoint dependent},
  author={M. Tarr and Pepper C. Williams and W. Hayward and I. Gauthier},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={1998},
  volume={1},
  pages={275-277}
}
The human visual system is faced with the computationally difficult problem of achieving object constancy: identifying three-dimensional (3D) objects via two-dimensional (2D) retinal images that may be altered when the same object is seen from different viewpoints. A widely accepted class of theories holds that we first reconstruct a description of the object's 3D structure from the retinal image, then match this representation to a remembered structural description. If the same structural… Expand
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