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1999 Macmillan Magazines Ltd 4. Lawson, R. B., Cowan, E., Gibbs, T. D. & Whitmore, C. D.
 

Summary:  1999 Macmillan Magazines Ltd
4. Lawson, R. B., Cowan, E., Gibbs, T. D. & Whitmore, C. D.
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342 NATURE | VOL 401 | 23 SEPTEMBER 1999 | www.nature.com
scopic plaid patterns, and introduced dis-
parity by horizontally shifting one grating
in one of the binocular images. Depending
on the orientations of the two gratings, this
manipulation would shift the plaid intersec-
tions not just horizontally, but in any 2D
direction. Farell found that these stereo
plaids appeared in a single-depth plane,
consistent with the horizontal disparity of
the plaid intersections, rather than splitting

  

Source: Anderson, Barton L. - School of Psychology, University of Sydney

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine