Darmohray D, Zhou B, Poeppel E, 2009, "Tolerance of stereopsis to conjunctive cyclorotation" Perception 38(12) 1867 – 1870
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Tolerance of stereopsis to conjunctive cyclorotation
Dana Darmohray, Bin Zhou, Ernst Poeppel
Abstract. Stereopsis is largely unperturbed by various types of eye, head, and target movements. Here, we used a simple setup to investigate the limits of a previously untested type of stimulus motion on stereoscopic depth perception. Clockwise and counterclockwise rotations of an autostereogram were used to describe the limits of stereopsis to roll-tilt. The result showed intact depth perception with stimulus rotation up to sim12°, regardless of rotation direction and viewing distance, indicating a tolerant mechanism for stereoscopic processing by the human neural system.
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