Abstract

A holographic optical system for checking human depth perception is proposed. The system does not use any kind of dissociative element; it uses incoherent light for the reconstruction of holograms and allows the binocular disparity to vary from 0 to 650 arcsec. The depth perception of observers can be checked in conditions closer to normal life.

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