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Discrimination of rotated in depth curves is facilitated by stereoscopic cues, but curvature is not tuned for stereoscopic rotation in depth

Bell, Jason; Kanji, Jameel; Kingdom, Frederick A A


Object recognition suffers when objects are rotated-in-depth, as for example with changes to viewing angle. However the loss of recognition can be mitigated by stereoscopic cues, suggesting that object coding is not strictly two-dimensional. Here we consider whether the encoding of rotation-in-depth (RID) of a simple curve is tuned for stereoscopic depth. Experiment 1 first determined that test subjects were sensitive to changes in stereoscopic RID, by showing that stereoscopic cues improved...[Show more]

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Date published: 2013
Type: Journal article
Source: Vision Research
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2012.11.003


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