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Stereoscopic Depth Movement: Two Eyes Less Sensitive than One

Science  26 Nov 1971:
Vol. 174, Issue 4012, pp. 958-961
DOI: 10.1126/science.174.4012.958

Abstract

Visual sensitivity to stimuli with sinusoidal movement was examined under a number of conditions of binocular stimulation. Sensitivity to stereoscopic movement in depth was reduced in comparison to that for monocular movement. The reduced sensitivity appeared to be due to the presence of stereoscopic depth movement, as opposed to stereoscopic stimulation, binocular movement, or fusion of the images.

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