Spatiotemporal aspects of stereopsis
This chapter begins with a discussion of the Purfrich effect, which is the most widely known and well-researched stereophenomenon involving moving targets. It then covers stereopsis and motion in depth, the after effects of motion in depth, dichoptic motion, and stereopsis and motion parallax.
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