Horizontal disparity tuning for dynamic random-dot stereograms was investigated for a large population of neurons (n = 787) in V1 of the awake macaque. Disparity sensitivity was quantified using a measure of the discriminability of the maximum and minimum points on the disparity tuning curve. This measure and others revealed a continuum of selectivity rather than separate populations of disparity- and nondisparity-sensitive neurons. Although disparity sensitivity was correlated with the degree of direction tuning, it was not correlated with other significant neuronal properties, including preferred orientation and ocular dominance. In accordance with the Gabor energy model, tuning curves for horizontal disparity were adequately described by Gabor functions when the neurons orientation preference was near vertical. For neurons with orientation preferences near to horizontal, a Gaussian function was more frequently sufficient. The spatial frequency of the Gabor function that described the disparity
Fixation disparity exists when there is a small misalignment of the eyes when viewing with binocular vision. The misaligment may be vertical, horizontal or both. The misalignment (a few minutes of arc) is much smaller than that of strabismus, which prevents binocular vision, although it may reduce a patients level of stereopsis. A patient may or may not have fixation disparity and a patient may have a different fixation disparity at distance than near. There are several methods to quantify fixation disparity. The Mallett card, the Bernell lantern slide, the Wesson Card and the Disparometer may be used. A patients associated phoria is the amount of prism needed to reduce their fixation disparity to zero minutes of arc. The Mallett Fixation Disparity Unit Instrument used to measure the associated heterophoria (or compensating prism). It consists of a small central fixation letter X surrounded by two letters O, one on each side of X, the three letters being seen binocularly, and two coloured ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Binocular disparity tuning and visual-vestibular congruency of multisensory neurons in macaque parietal cortex. AU - Yang, Yun. AU - Liu, Sheng. AU - Chowdhury, Syed A.. AU - DeAngelis, Gregory C.. AU - Angelaki, Dora E.. PY - 2011/12/7. Y1 - 2011/12/7. N2 - Many neurons in the dorsal medial superior temporal (MSTd) and ventral intraparietal (VIP) areas of the macaque brain are multisen-sory, responding to both optic flow and vestibularcues to self-motion. Theheading uning of visual and vestibularresponses can be either congruent or opposite, but only congruent cells have been implicated in cue integration for heading perception. Becauseof the geometric properties of motion parallax, however, both congruent and opposite cells could be involved incoding self-motion when observers fixate a world-fixed target during translation, if congruent cells prefer near disparities and opposite cells prefer far disparities. We characterized the binocular disparity selectivity and heading ...
Retinal disparity - Retinal disparity, sometimes called binocular disparity, is part of the process in visual perception that generates the depth and dimensionality. In the sequence of perception, this would occur at the surface/object stage. Specifically, retinal disparity is the space between the eyes that allows binocular vision to create depth perception.. ...
The role of the primate middle temporal area (MT) in depth perception was examined by considering the trial-to-trial correlations between neuronal activity and reported depth sensations. A set of moving random dots portrayed a cylinder rotating about its principal axis. In this structure-from-motion stimulus, the direction of rotation is ambiguous and the resulting percept undergoes spontaneous fluctuations. The stimulus can be rendered unambiguous by the addition of binocular disparities. We trained monkeys to report the direction of rotation in a set of these stimuli, one of which had zero disparity. Many disparity-selective neurons in area MT are selective for the direction of rotation defined by disparity. Across repeated presentations of the ambiguous (zero-disparity) stimulus, there was a correlation between neuronal firing and the reported direction of rotation, as found by Bradley et al. (1998). Quantification of this effect using choice probabilities (Britten et al., 1996) allowed us to
Since White (1962) there have been many reports of the formation of illusory, depth-defined contours in sparse random-element stereograms. The most common example is that of the standard depth-defined square which floats above a random-element background. The boundaries of the square typically appear continuous and regular, in spite of the fact that there are large areas along the boundary containing no elements. Clearly in these instances the visual system employs an interpolation process to assign depth values to the ambiguous regions on either side of the boundary. The aim of these experiments was to identify constraints on this type of 3D interpolation/boundary formation, specifically, the role of local element attributes such as size and spacing on the perceived locations of depth-defined boundaries. Our stimulus was a sparse random dot stereogram depicting an 11.31° × 6.8° rectangular region in the plane of the screen with a 4.5° central square defined by 0.1° of horizontal disparity ...
Figure 7 Simulated diffraction from a slit without corrugations. (a) The near-field and (b) propagated distributions of the magnetic field amplitude ,H y , in the neighborhood of a single slit in the Al screen. (c) The field propagating towards and past the image plane z = 0 in an Abbe configuration with numerical aperture 1.4 and magnification × 10. Figure 8 Simulated diffraction from a slit with corrugations. (a) The near-field and (b) propagated Selleckchem Wnt inhibitor distributions of the magnetic field amplitude ,H y , in the neighborhood of. a slit surrounded by corrugations. (c) The field propagating towards and past the image plane z = 0 in an Abbe configuration with numerical aperture 1.4 and magnification × 10. The complete field probe with the slit surrounded by corrugations. is considered. Figures 7b and 8b illustrate the fields as they propagate towards the far zone of the slit. In the case of a slit without corrugations, the far zone is effectively reached after a propagation ...
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While 3D experiences through binocular disparity sensitivity have acquired special status in the understanding of human stereo vision, much remains to be learned about how binocularity is put to use in animals. The owl provides an exceptional model t
There are two kinds of binocular cues: retinal disparity and convergence. Retinal disparity is a measure of the difference between what the two eyes see. Objects that are close to the eyes appear the...
A stent delivery apparatus is disclosed comprising a movable inner tube (19) and a fixed outer tube (6) having corrugations or undulations (24) at its distal end. The undulations or corrugations (24) are stretched by movement of the inner tube (19), whereupon the stent (2) is placed over the relatively flattened undulations or corrugations (24). A solid structure or an open structure such as a coil can be used for this purpose. One large proximal undulation (24) is provided for preventing the stent (12) from sliding from the pre-determined location during the setting. Upon relative movement between the inner and outer tubes (19, 6) which can be a single longitudinal or twisting movement or a combination of such movements, the undulations (24) under the stent (2) are outwardly relaxed, forcing the stent (2) to expand toward the vascular wall. The relative movement is then reversed to retract the undulations (24) and the delivery device withdrawn. In an alternative embodiment, the undulations (24)
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Stereoscopic depth perception is based on binocular disparities. Although neurons in primary visual cortex (V1) are selective for binocular disparity, their responses do not explicitly code perceived depth. The stereoscopic pathway must therefore include additional processing beyond V1. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to examine stereo processing in V1 and other areas of visual cortex. We created stereoscopic stimuli that portrayed two planes of dots in depth, placed symmetrically about the plane of fixation, or else asymmetrically with both planes either nearer or farther than fixation. The interplane disparity was varied parametrically to determine the stereoacuity threshold (the smallest detectable disparity) and the upper depth limit (largest detectable disparity). fMRI was then used to quantify cortical activity across the entire range of detectable interplane disparities. Measured cortical activity covaried with psychophysical measures of stereoscopic depth perception.
We explore the relative utility of shape from shading and binocular disparity for depth perception. Ray-traced images either featured a smooth surface illuminated from above (shading-only) or were defined by small dots (disparity-only). Observers judged which of a pair of smoothly curved convex objects had most depth. The shading cue was around half as reliable as the rich disparity information for depth discrimination. Shading- and disparity-defined cues where combined by placing dots in the stimulus image, superimposed upon the shaded surface, resulting in veridical shading and binocular disparity. Independently varying the depth delivered by each channel allowed creation of conflicting disparity-defined and shading-defined depth. We manipulated the reliability of the disparity information by adding disparity noise. As noise levels in the disparity channel were increased, perceived depths and variances shifted toward those of the now more reliable shading cue. Several different models of cue ...
Binocular rivalry has intrigued researchers for over two centuries, but research into its neural mechanisms was until recently limited to behavioral and animal studies. The availability of functional magnetic resonance imaging since the 1990s has boosted the neuroscientific investigation of binocular rivalry in humans. Functional neuroimaging has revealed an involvement of all levels of the brain’s visual processing hierarchy in rivalry dynamics, including early subcortical and cortical stages, functionally specialized visual areas, and non-sensory frontoparietal regions. Moreover, variants of binocular rivalry have helped to elucidate the neural fate of unconscious information during binocular rivalry suppression. The findings from neuroimaging research are integrated into a comprehensive view on how different processing stages interact to resolve perceptual conflict in the human brain.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Neurons in the visual cortex of monkeys respond selectively to the disparity between the images in the two eyes. Recent recordings have shown that some of the disparity-selective neurons in the primary visual cortex and the posterior parietal cortex are modulated by the distance of fixation. A population of such gain-modulated, disparity-selective neurons forms a set of basis functions of horizontal disparity and distance of fixation that can be used as an intermediate representation for computing egocentric distance. This distributed representation is consistent with psychophysical studies of human depth perception; in contrast, neurons explicitly tuned to distance are not consistent with how we perceive distance. In a population model that includes noise in the firing rates of neurons, the perceived distance is
Testing after his playing days revealed that Babe Ruth had terrible vision in one eye (he claimed never to have had an eye exam before. have noted that it involves more than simply stereopsis, the term for how the eyes work together to.. Referral for a comprehensive eye examination is recommended when vision is 20/40 or worse for those younger than five years of age and the eye care specialist diagnoses Amblyopia when. programs to test color vision, stereopsis and.. Eye care services at Lake Mary Eye Care include eye exams, surgical and non- surgical eye care, contact lens fitment and more. eye), Convergence Insufficiency (near vision disorder), Diplopia (double vision), Lack of Stereopsis ( two-eyed depth perception), and Strabismus (cross-eyed, wandering eye, eye turns, etc.).. What is 3D Stereo Vision? Binocular Depth Perception? Stereoscopic Vision? Stereopsis? Benefits of Stereoscopic Vision..Lazy Eye?. In contrast to the more traditional methods for examination of stereopsis, the two ...
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When monocular images cannot be fused, perception alternates between the two (or more) possible images. This phenomenon, binocular rivalry (BR), is driven by the physical properties of the stimuli (size, contrast, spatial frequency, etc.) but it can also be modulated by attention to features of one of the rival stimuli (Chong et al., 2005; Dieter et al., 2016) and by attentional demands independent of the BR assessment (Paffen et al., 2008). Instead of the perceptually demanding tasks previously used to bias BR, we designed a simple counting task. We monocularly presented a number of trials (around 10 min) with a set of symbols and asked participants to count them. We found that after this task, dominance durations decreased for the unattended channel, and did not change for the attended channel. The results parallel those of Paffen et al. (2008) and square nicely with Levelts second proposition, suggesting that the counting task effectively increased the sensibility of one channel which led to
A two-interval forced choice (2-IFC) task was used to measure disparity threshold. Each trial began with a fixation image (Figure 3a), consisting of a dark fixation dot (diameter of 6.25 min) in the center of a random-dot background (Michelson contrast = 0.2). The vertical and horizontal positions of the two monocular images could be adjusted manually to achieve better convergence in the beginning of each block. After successfully combining the two monocular images into one steady cyclopean image, observers pressed the space bar on the computer keyboard to start the presentation of a 1300-ms dynamic RDS movie. The movie contained two 400-ms stimulus intervals, each consisting of eight frames of independently sampled RDS and delimited by a brief tone in the beginning and a 500-ms interstimulus interval. Dynamic RDS with zero disparity was presented during the 500-ms interstimulus interval. The RDS in one of the randomly chosen intervals contained a horizontal disparity in the lower half of the ...
A stereoscope required a special kind of dual photograph or stereo-pair painting. A number of artists, including Salvador Dali, created exceptional stereo-pair paintings for the stereoscope.. Around 1849-1850, David Brewster, a Scottish scientist, improved the Wheatstone stereoscope by using lenses instead of mirrors, thus reducing the size of the contraption. Brewster also noticed that staring at repeated patterns in wallpapers could trick the brain into matching pairs of them and thus causing the brain to perceive a virtual plane behind the walls. This is the basis of single-image wallpaper stereograms.. In 1959, Dr. Bela Julesz, a vision scientist, psychologist, and MacArthur Fellow, discovered the random-dot stereogram while working at Bell Laboratories on recognizing camouflaged objects from aerial pictures taken by spy planes. Dr. Julesz also invented the autostereogram as a definitive test of Binocular Depth perception. At the time, many vision scientists still thought that depth ...
Binocular rivalry (BR) is an intriguing phenomenon that occurs when two different images are presented, one to each eye, resulting in alternation or rivalry between the percepts. The phenomenon has been studied for nearly 200 years, with renewed and intensive investigation over recent decades. The rate of perceptual switching has long been known to vary widely between individuals but to be relatively stable within individuals. A recent twin study demonstrated that individual variation in BR rate is under substantial genetic control, a finding that also represented the first report, using a large study, of genetic contribution for any post-retinal visual processing phenomenon. The twin study had been prompted by earlier ...
We investigate with Monte Carlo computer simulations the capillary phase behaviour of model colloid-polymer mixtures confined between a flat wall and a corrugated wall. The corrugation is modelled via a sine wave as a function of one of the in-plane coordinates leading to a depletion attraction between colloids and the corrugated wall that is curvature dependent. We find that for increased amplitude of corrugation the region of the phase diagram where capillary condensation occurs becomes larger. We derive a Kelvin equation for this system and compare its predictions to the simulation results. We find good agreement between theory and simulation indicating that the primary reason for the stronger capillary condensation is an increased contact area between the fluid and the corrugated substrate. On the other hand, the colloid adsorption curves at colloid gas-liquid coexistence show that the increased area is not solely responsible for the stronger capillary condensation. Additionally, we analyse ...
I had a weird misconception about stereoscopic vision when I was younger, which is that without it the world is some sort of crazy Picassoland devoid of perspective and 3-dimensional space. I was so confused as a kid after wandering around with one eye closed to find that everything looked dissapointingly similar. This in turn led me to think that maybe I was different, maybe I didnt have correct stereoscopic vision and other strange conclusions. It wasnt until I was randomly forced to spend a couple days with only one contact in rather than both that started to notice differences. It doesnt really affect perception much at all, but processing tasks (as many who cannot see stereoscopically have commented already). Anything that requires you to unconsciously and quickly calculate distance is impossibly harder. To me the difference is closer to comparing a pro athlete with an amateur ...
There has been no direct examination of stereoscopic depth perception at very large observation distances and depths. We measured perceptions of depth magnitude at distances where it is frequently reported without evidence that stereopsis is non-functional. We adapted methods pioneered at distances up to 9 m by R. S. Allison, B. J. Gillam, and E. Vecellio (2009) for use in a 381-m-long railway tunnel. Pairs of Light Emitting Diode (LED) targets were presented either in complete darkness or with the environment lit as far as the nearest LED (the observation distance). We found that binocular, but not monocular, estimates of the depth between pairs of LEDs increased with their physical depths up to the maximum depth separation tested (248 m). Binocular estimates of depth were much larger with a lit foreground than in darkness and increased as the observation distance increased from 20 to 40 m, indicating that binocular disparity can be scaled for much larger distances than previously realized. Since these
This paper presents an architecture for computing vector disparity for active vision systems as used on robotics applications. The control of the vergence angle of a binocular system allows us to efficiently explore dynamic environments, but requires a generalization of the disparity computation with respect to a static camera setup, where the disparity is strictly 1-D after the image rectification. The interaction between vision and motor control allows us to develop an active sensor that achieves high accuracy of the disparity computation around the fixation point, and fast reaction time for the vergence control. In this contribution, we address the development of a real-time architecture for vector disparity computation using an FPGA device. We implement the disparity unit and the control module for vergence, version, and tilt to determine the fixation point. In addition, two on-chip different alternatives for the vector disparity engines are discussed based on the luminance (gradient-based) and
Binocular rivalry occurs when the eyes are presented with different images at the same location: one image dominates while the other is ...
Stereo matching is one of the most active research areas in computer vision. While a large number of algorithms for stereo correspondence have been developed, relatively little work has been done on...
Disparity selectivity was studied previously in both MSTd (Roy and Wurtz, 1990; Roy et al., 1992; Takemura et al., 2000, 2001) and MSTl (Eifuku and Wurtz, 1999). The overall incidence of disparity selectivity among MSTd cells reported here (70%, based on ANOVA) is a bit lower than the 90% reported by Roy et al. (1992) based on nonstatistical criteria. Consistent with Roy et al. (1992), we find that most MSTd cells prefer either far (uncrossed) or near (crossed) disparities, in approximately equal proportions, with few neurons tuned to zero disparity.. Disparity tuning in MSTd is generally independent of motion speed (Fig. 8B), but often depends strongly on motion direction. Approximately one-third of disparity-tuned MSTd neurons in our sample reversed their disparity preference for opposite directions of motion (Fig. 4). However, the converse was seldom true; only 5 of 23 DDD neurons reversed their direction preference with disparity (Fig. 4A). Similar interactions between direction and ...
HPV vaccines are expected to reduce the overall burden of HPV-associated cancers for all racial/ethnic groups and to reduce the absolute disparity gap. However, even with the second-generation vaccine, relative disparities will likely still exist and may widen if the underlying causes of these dispa …
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The quantification of disparity is an important aspect of recent macroevolutionary studies, and it is usually motivated by theoretical considerations about the pace of innovation and the filling of morphospace. In practice, varying protocols of data collection and analysis have rendered comparisons among studies difficult. The basic question remains, How sensitive is any given disparity signal to different aspects of sampling and data analysis? Here we explore this issue in the context of the radiation of the echinoid order Spatangoida during the Cretaceous. We compare patterns at the genus and species levels, with time subdivision into subepochs and into stages, and with morphological sampling based on landmarks, traditional morphometrics, and discrete characters. In terms of temporal scale, similarity of disparity pattern accrues despite a change in temporal resolution, and a general deceleration in morphological diversification is apparent. Different morphometric methods also produce similar ...
Depth perception is the visual ability to perceive the world in three dimensions and the distance of an object. Depth sensation is the corresponding term for
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Displays play a vital role in many professional and personal activities. They are a crucial interface between a user and the digital world in tasks involving visualization and interaction with digital data. The abilities of new display technologies regarding reproduction of important visual cues, such as binocular disparity, accommodation, or motion parallax, outperform the capabilities of methods for optimizing graphics content to match the requirements of particular hardware designs. This leads to a poor visual quality and massive computational overhead, which hamper the adoption of novel displays. I argue that there are significant gaps between hardware, computational techniques, and understanding of human perception, which prevents taking full advantage of these technologies.. To overcome these limitations, I and my team will combine hardware, computation, and perception into a unique platform where the capabilities of displays and quality requirements are represented in a shared space. The ...
The visual system is sensitive to symmetries in the frontoparallel plane, and bilateral symmetry about a vertical axis has a particular salience. However, these symmetries represent only a subset of the symmetries realizable in three-dimensional space. The retinal image symmetries formed when viewing natural objects are typically the projections of three-dimensional objects-animals, for example-that have a symmetry in depth. To characterize human sensitivity to depth symmetry, experiments measured observers ability to discriminate stereo displays that were symmetrically distributed in depth and those that were asymmetrically distributed. Disparity values were distributed about one of four planes passing through the z-axis and differing in frontoparallel orientation. Asymmetrical patterns were generated by perturbing one of these disparities. Symmetrical-asymmetrical discrimination thresholds were lowest for symmetry about the vertical plane and highest for the horizontal plane. Thresholds for
This paper applies the Brinkman-extended Darcy model to investigate the flow in micro-channels between two parallel corrugated walls. The stationary random mod...
Not so long ago, I ran a wiki called SecurePHP. On that wiki, there was one particular article about email injection that received a lot of attention. Naturally, with all the attention came lots of spam. As a result, I disabled editing of the wiki and content stagnated. Still, the email injection article remained popular. About a year later, the server that hosted SecurePHP died and I never had a chance to hook it all back up. I saved the article though and Im reposting it now. It may be a bit old (Ive been away from PHP for a long time), and I didnt write all of it, so feel free to leave comments about needed updates and corrections. Though this article focuses on PHP, it provides a lot of general information regarding email injection attacks ...
abstract = {We present the in-situ visualization of medical data taken from CT or MRI scans in real-time using a video see-through head mounted display (HMD). One of the challenges to improve acceptance of augmented reality (AR) for medical purpose is to overcome the misleading depth perception. This problem is caused by a restriction of such systems. Virtual entities of the AR scene can only be presented superimposed onto real imagery. Occlusion is the most effective depth cue [3] and let e.g. a correctly positioned visualization of the spinal column appear in front of the real skin. We present a technique to handle this problem and introduce a Virtual Window superimposed onto the real skin of the patient to create the feeling of getting a view on the inside of the patient. Due to motion of the observer the frame of the window covers and uncovers fragments of the visualized bones and tissue and enables the depth cues motion parallax and occlusion, which correct the perceptive misinformation. An ...
Downloadable (with restrictions)! The paper proposes a multi-dimensional decomposition of the changes in the Gini inequality index and the Sen-Shorrocks-Thon poverty index over time. The link among inequality change, re-ranking of individuals and income growth is explained by isolating the source and subgroup contributions to the determinants of the inequality change over time. We show that the poverty change over time depends on the re-ranking of individuals and the change in relative disparities among poverty gaps. These determinants of the change in poverty inequality are then decomposed by source and subgroup, yielding a three-way decomposition which combines time, source and subgroup ways of decomposing. An application to Italian household income data illustrates the proposed decomposition.
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Tardón-García, L. J., J. Portillo-Garcia, and C. Alberola López, A novel Markovian formulation of the correspondence problem in stereo vision, Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 34, no. 3: IEEE, pp. 428-436, 2004. ...
Investigates visual information that enables human to effectively guide their movement through the environment. This problem is fundamental to the study of human behaviour, since survival is contingent upon the acquisition of resources that lie in different locations throughout the environment ...
DUGi: Viewing Item from repository Recercat: This paper presents an automatic vision-based system for UUV station keeping. The vehicle is equipped with a down-looking camera, which provides images of the sea-floor. The station keeping system is based on a feature-based motion detection algorithm, which exploits standard correlation and explicit textural analysis to solve the correspondence problem. A visual map of the area surveyed by the vehicle is constructed to increase the flexibility of the system, allowing the vehicle to position itself when it has lost the reference image. The testing platform is the URIS underwater vehicle. Experimental results demonstrating the behavior of the system on a real environment are presented
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Health care disparities, boiled down The issue of health care for disabled people is a heavily multi-pronged issue. In the United States (I know health care disparities are rampant and this is not a solely U.S.-centric topic, but I may follow up with more depending on sources that can be located), many disabled people live…
When I hooked the pattern, my fence was nearly as tall as my barn which was not good. I also realized I had to break up the background to create some more depth in the pattern. Color is a great way to create depth but so is direction. Between the sky and ground there is adequate contrast however between the two grass colors, I needed more differentiation than just the colors ...
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Disparity estimation is a fundamental problem of computer vision. Besides other approaches, disparity estimation from phase information is a quite wide-spread technique. In the present paper, we have considered the influence of the involved quadrature filters and we have replaced them with filters based on the monogenic signal. The implemented algorithm makes use of a scale-pyramid and applies channel encoding for the representation and fusion of the estimated data. The performed experiments show a significant improvement of the results.. ...
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