The role of monocularly visible regions in depth and surface perception
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The mainstream of binocular vision research has long been focused on understanding how binocular disparity is used for depth perception. In recent years, researchers have begun to explore how monocular regions in binocularly viewed scenes contribute to our perception of the three-dimensional world. Here we review the field as it currently stands, with a focus on understanding the extent to which the role of monocular regions in depth perception can be understood using extant theories of binocular vision.
Harris , J & Wilcox , LM 2009 , ' The role of monocularly visible regions in depth and surface perception ' , Vision Research , vol. 49 , no. 22 , pp. 2666-2685 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2009.06.021
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