Reports

Stereoscopic Depth Aftereffect Produced without Monocular Cues

Science  22 Jan 1971:
Vol. 171, Issue 3968, pp. 286-288
DOI: 10.1126/science.171.3968.286

Abstract

Random-dot stereograms when used as adaptation stimuli can influence the perceived depth of similar test stimuli. Adaptation for 1 minute is sufficient to evoke this three-dimensional aftereffect for several seconds. This aftereffect must occur after stereopsis because prior to stereopsis no relevant monocular cues exist in these adaptation and test stimuli.

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