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Stereoscopic acuity

Known as: Stereoacuity 
Stereoscopic acuity, also stereoacuity, is the smallest detectable depth difference that can be seen in binocular vision.
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2015
2015
Purpose: to identify the prevalence and the factors associated with olfaction disorders and describe the quality of life after… 
Highly Cited
2014
Highly Cited
2014
We report on an experiment testing gaze-contingent depth-of-field (DOF) for the reduction of visual discomfort when viewing… 
2014
2014
People experience a variety of 3D visual programs, such as 3D cinema, 3D TV and 3D games, making it necessary to deploy reliable… 
2009
2009
Properly perceived stereo display is often assumed to be vital in augmented reality (AR) displays used for close distances… 
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2008
Highly Cited
2008
Preface. Series Preface. Website and Exercises. List of Symbols. 1. Introduction. 1.1 Panoramas 1.2 Panoramic Paintings 1.3… 
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2002
Highly Cited
2002
An intensive care nursery provides health care for critically ill newborn infants. During a typical shift, infants range from… 
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1997
Highly Cited
1997
Purpose: Commercially available book-format random dot stereopsis tests for children are quick and simple to use, but provide… 
1986
1986
An experiment was performed which examined the proprioception accuracy of young (20–25 yrs) and elderly (70–80 yrs) subjects on… 
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1972
Highly Cited
1972
Vernier acuity was measured for vertical lines of different lengths; the threshold (about 4 sec of arc) was almost as good for…