Using visual direction in three-dimensional motion perception

@article{Harris2005UsingVD,
  title={Using visual direction in three-dimensional motion perception},
  author={Julie M. Harris and Vit F Drga},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={229-233}
}
The eyes receive slightly different views of the world, and the differences between their images (binocular disparity) are used to see depth. Several authors have suggested how the brain could exploit this information for three-dimensional (3D) motion perception, but here we consider a simpler strategy. Visual direction is the angle between the direction of an object and the direction that an observer faces. Here we describe human behavioral experiments in which observers use visual direction… CONTINUE READING
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