Depth of Monocular Elements in a Binocular Scene: The Conditions for da Vinci Stereopsis
Quantitative depth based on binocular resolution of visibility constraints is demonstrated in a novel stereogram representing an object, visible to 1 eye only, and seen through an aperture or camouflaged against a background. The monocular region in the display is attached to the binocular region, so that the stereogram represents an object which is only partially visible to the eye that sees it. The results show that this feature is necessary for quantitative depth, which is not found for a...[Show more]
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