Toward a new theory of stereopsis.

  title={Toward a new theory of stereopsis.},
  author={Dhanraj Vishwanath},
  journal={Psychological review},
  volume={121 2},
Humans can obtain an unambiguous perception of depth and 3-dimensionality with 1 eye or when viewing a pictorial image of a 3-dimensional scene. However, the perception of depth when viewing a real scene with both eyes is qualitatively different: There is a vivid impression of tangible solid form and immersive negative space. This perceptual phenomenon, referred to as "stereopsis," has been among the central puzzles of perception since the time of da Vinci. After Wheatstone's invention of the… CONTINUE READING
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