publication . Thesis . 2017

Naturalistic depth perception and binocular vision

Maiello, G.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 28 Feb 2017
  • Publisher: UCL (University College London)
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Humans continuously move both their eyes to redirect their foveae to objects at new depths. To correctly execute these complex combinations of saccades, vergence eye movements and accommodation changes, the visual system makes use of multiple sources of depth information, including binocular disparity and defocus. Furthermore, during development, both fine-tuning of oculomotor control as well as correct eye growth are likely driven by complex interactions between eye movements, accommodation, and the distributions of defocus and depth information across the retina. I have employed photographs of natural scenes taken with a commercial plenoptic camera to examine ...
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Medical Subject Headings: genetic structureseye diseasessense organs
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Sharples, S., S. Cobb, A. Moody, and J. R. Wilson. 2008. \Virtual reality induced symptoms and e ects (VRISE): Comparison of head mounted display (HMD), desktop and projection display systems." Displays 29 (2): 58{69.

Shaw, R. B. J., E. B. Katzel, P. F. Koltz, M. J. Yaremchuk, J. A. Girotto, D. M. Kahn, and H. N. Langstein. 2011. \Aging of the facial skeleton: aesthetic implications and rejuvenation strategies." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 127 (1): 374{383. [OpenAIRE]

Sherman, S. M., T. Norton, and V. Casagrande. 1977. \Myopia in the lidsutured tree shrew (Tupaia glis)." Brain Research 124 (1): 154{157. [OpenAIRE]

Shibata, T., J. Kim, D. M. Ho man, and M. S. Banks. 2011. \The zone of comfort: Predicting visual discomfort with stereo displays." Journal of Vision 11 (8): 11{11.

Shimono, K., H. Ono, S. Saida, and A. P. Mapp. 1998. \Methodological caveats for monitoring binocular eye position with nonius stimuli." Vision Research 38 (4): 591{600. [OpenAIRE]

Siderov, J., and R. S. Harwerth. 1995. \Stereopsis, spatial frequency and retinal eccentricity." Vision Research 35 (16): 2329{2337. [OpenAIRE]

Simoncelli, E. P., and D. J. Heeger. 1998. \A model of neuronal responses in visual area MT." Vision Research 38 (5): 743{761. [OpenAIRE]

Slater, M., C. Guger, G. Edlinger, R. Leeb, G. Pfurtscheller, A. Antley, M. Garau, A. Brogni, and D. Friedman. 2006. \Analysis of physiological responses to a social situation in an immersive virtual environment." Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 15 (5): 553{569. [OpenAIRE]

Slater, M., M. Usoh, and A. Steed. 1994. \Depth of presence in virtual environments." Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 3 (2): 130{ 144. [OpenAIRE]

97 references, page 1 of 7
Abstract
Humans continuously move both their eyes to redirect their foveae to objects at new depths. To correctly execute these complex combinations of saccades, vergence eye movements and accommodation changes, the visual system makes use of multiple sources of depth information, including binocular disparity and defocus. Furthermore, during development, both fine-tuning of oculomotor control as well as correct eye growth are likely driven by complex interactions between eye movements, accommodation, and the distributions of defocus and depth information across the retina. I have employed photographs of natural scenes taken with a commercial plenoptic camera to examine ...
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: genetic structureseye diseasessense organs
Download from
UCL Discovery
Thesis . 2017
97 references, page 1 of 7

Schwartz, E. 1977. \Spatial Mapping in the Primate Sensory Projection: Analytic Structure and Relevance to Perception." Biological Cybernetics 25:181{194.

Scott, R., and T. Grosvenor. 1993. \Structural model for emmetropic and myopic eyes." Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 13 (1): 41{47.

Sebastian, S., J. Burge, and W. S. Geisler. 2015. \Defocus blur discrimination in natural images with natural optics." Journal of Vision 15 (5): 16{16.

Seidel, D., L. S. Gray, and G. Heron. 2005. \The e ect of monocular and binocular viewing on the accommodation response to real targets in emmetropia and myopia." Optometry & Vision Science 82 (4): 279{285.

Seidel, D., L. S. Gray, and G. Heron. 2003. \Retinotopic accommodation responses in myopia." Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 44 (3): 1035{1041.

Semmlow, J., and P. Wetzel. 1979. \Dynamic contributions of the components of binocular vergence." Journal of the Optical Society of America 69 (5): 639{645. [OpenAIRE]

Sharples, S., S. Cobb, A. Moody, and J. R. Wilson. 2008. \Virtual reality induced symptoms and e ects (VRISE): Comparison of head mounted display (HMD), desktop and projection display systems." Displays 29 (2): 58{69.

Shaw, R. B. J., E. B. Katzel, P. F. Koltz, M. J. Yaremchuk, J. A. Girotto, D. M. Kahn, and H. N. Langstein. 2011. \Aging of the facial skeleton: aesthetic implications and rejuvenation strategies." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 127 (1): 374{383. [OpenAIRE]

Sherman, S. M., T. Norton, and V. Casagrande. 1977. \Myopia in the lidsutured tree shrew (Tupaia glis)." Brain Research 124 (1): 154{157. [OpenAIRE]

Shibata, T., J. Kim, D. M. Ho man, and M. S. Banks. 2011. \The zone of comfort: Predicting visual discomfort with stereo displays." Journal of Vision 11 (8): 11{11.

Shimono, K., H. Ono, S. Saida, and A. P. Mapp. 1998. \Methodological caveats for monitoring binocular eye position with nonius stimuli." Vision Research 38 (4): 591{600. [OpenAIRE]

Siderov, J., and R. S. Harwerth. 1995. \Stereopsis, spatial frequency and retinal eccentricity." Vision Research 35 (16): 2329{2337. [OpenAIRE]

Simoncelli, E. P., and D. J. Heeger. 1998. \A model of neuronal responses in visual area MT." Vision Research 38 (5): 743{761. [OpenAIRE]

Slater, M., C. Guger, G. Edlinger, R. Leeb, G. Pfurtscheller, A. Antley, M. Garau, A. Brogni, and D. Friedman. 2006. \Analysis of physiological responses to a social situation in an immersive virtual environment." Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 15 (5): 553{569. [OpenAIRE]

Slater, M., M. Usoh, and A. Steed. 1994. \Depth of presence in virtual environments." Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 3 (2): 130{ 144. [OpenAIRE]

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