Abstract

Two different binocular cues are known for detecting motion in depth. One is disparity change in time and the other is inter-ocular velocity difference. Shioiri, Saisho and Yaguchi (1999) demon-strated that motion in depth can be seen based solely on inter-ocular velocity differences as well as on the disparity change in time. They used conditions in which either cue was minimized and measured performance based on motion in depth, finding better performance than chance level when either velocity cue or the disparity cue was almost isolated. However, there may have been influences from the cue minimized in each condition, since it was practically impossible to isolate perfectly either cue. I re-analyzed their data to examine whether the performance in the condition with disparity change and that in the condition with inter-ocular velocity difference were correlated. The result showed the correlation is very low and therefore, we can conclude that the visual system has two different mechanisms for motion in depth.

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1999 (1)

Shioiri S, Saisho, H. and Yaguchi H., Vision Research, in submission (1999)

1995 (1)

Shioiri, S., Spatial frequency characteristics for binocular depth and motion in depth, Proceedings of 2nd International Display Workshops 3, 61 (1995)

1994 (1)

Cumming, B. G. & Parker, A. J., Vision Research 34, 483 (1994)
[CrossRef]

1993 (1)

Regan D., Vision Research 33, 2359 (1993)
[CrossRef]

1991 (1)

Regan D., Depth from motion and motion-in-depth. In Vision and visual dysfunction Vol. 9, Binocular vision (ed. Regan, D), London: MacMillan, 137 (1991)

1989 (1)

Hong X. & Regan D., Vision Research 29, 809 (1989)
[CrossRef]

1984 (1)

Norcia A. M. & Tyler C. W., Vision Research 24, 395 (1984)
[CrossRef]

1982 (1)

Nagata, S., NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories Monthly Reports 25, 487 (1982)

1974 (1)

Beverley K. I & Regan D., Vision Research 14, 357 (1974)
[CrossRef]

1973 (2)

Beverley K. I. & Regan D., Journal of Physiology 235, 17 (1973)

Regan D. & Beverley K. I., Science 181, 877 (1973)
[CrossRef]

1971 (1)

Julesz B., Foundations of cyclopean perception. (Univ. Press., Chicago, 1971)

Journal of Physiology (1)

Beverley K. I. & Regan D., Journal of Physiology 235, 17 (1973)

Proceedings of 2nd International Display Workshops (1)

Shioiri, S., Spatial frequency characteristics for binocular depth and motion in depth, Proceedings of 2nd International Display Workshops 3, 61 (1995)

Science (1)

Regan D. & Beverley K. I., Science 181, 877 (1973)
[CrossRef]

Vision Research (6)

Regan D., Vision Research 33, 2359 (1993)
[CrossRef]

Norcia A. M. & Tyler C. W., Vision Research 24, 395 (1984)
[CrossRef]

Beverley K. I & Regan D., Vision Research 14, 357 (1974)
[CrossRef]

Cumming, B. G. & Parker, A. J., Vision Research 34, 483 (1994)
[CrossRef]

Hong X. & Regan D., Vision Research 29, 809 (1989)
[CrossRef]

Shioiri S, Saisho, H. and Yaguchi H., Vision Research, in submission (1999)

Other (3)

Julesz B., Foundations of cyclopean perception. (Univ. Press., Chicago, 1971)

Nagata, S., NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories Monthly Reports 25, 487 (1982)

Regan D., Depth from motion and motion-in-depth. In Vision and visual dysfunction Vol. 9, Binocular vision (ed. Regan, D), London: MacMillan, 137 (1991)

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