*Eye movement

This type of movement helps in the depth perception of objects Pursuit movement or smooth pursuit is the movement the eyes make ... Eye movement is thus very important for visual perception, and any failure can lead to serious visual disabilities. To see a ... These include providing the conscious perception of vision, as well as areas that facilitate tracking. Brain Cerebral cortex ... Chua H.; Boland J.; Nisbett R. (2002). "Cultural variation in eye movement during scene perception". Proceedings of the ...

*Ambiguous image

Multistable perception is the occurrence of an image being able to provide multiple, although stable, perceptions. Classic ... This can be due to a shading effect on the edges of one region of texture, giving the appearance of depth. Some extremal edge ... Edges can include obvious perceptions such as the edge of a house, and can include other perceptions that the brain needs to ... Wimmer, M.; Doherty, M. (2011). "The development of ambiguous figure perception: Vi. conception and perception of ambiguous ...

*SPOD (band)

Podmin (17 August 2014). "Series 1, Episode 2: Brent Griffin (Spod)". Depth Perception Podcast. Retrieved 17 November 2017. ...

*Ian P. Howard

2 Depth perception. Thornhill, Ontario, Canada: I Porteous. Howard, I. P. (2012). Perceiving in depth. Volume 1, Basic ... Howard, I. P. (2012). Perceiving in depth. Volume 3, Other mechanisms of depth perception. Oxford: Oxford University Press. " ... Perception, 28, 299-306. doi: 10.1068/p2891 Jenkin, H. L., Dyde, R. T., Jenkin, M. R., Howard, I. P., & Harris, L. R. (2003). ... Howard was renowned for his research into human visual perception. In June 2013, Howard had an h-index of 35. During his time ...

*Sheep

... have poor depth perception; shadows and dips in the ground may cause sheep to baulk. In general, sheep have a tendency to ... Good depth perception, inferred from the sheep's sure-footedness, was confirmed in "visual cliff" experiments; behavioral ... responses indicating depth perception are seen in lambs at one day old. Sheep are thought to have colour vision, and can ... Despite these perceptions, a University of Illinois monograph on sheep reported them to be just below pigs and on par with ...

*WHIPS

"Depth Perception and Drunk Driving". www.driveandstayalive.com. 2 August 2016. Archived from the original on 2015-06-02. ...

*Joseph Kittinger

You have no depth perception. If you're in a car driving down the road and you close your eyes, you have no idea what your ...

*Dinosaur vision

They also had depth perception.[citation needed] Larsson, HCE (2001). "Endocranial anatomy of Carcharodontosaurus saharicus ( ... This widened their field of vision, but decreased their depth perception.[citation needed] Pachycephalosaurs, like most of the ...

*Kenneth N. Ogle

Ogle, K. N. (1953). Precision and validity in stereoscopic depth perception from double images. Journal of the Optical Society ... Ogle, K. N. (1967). Some aspects of stereoscopic depth perception. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 57, 1073-1081. ... Ogle, K. N., & Wakefield, J. M. (1967). Stereoscopic depth and binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 7, 89-98. "On the ...

*Bayesian approaches to brain function

Knill DC (2007). Learning Bayesian priors for depth perception. Journal of Vision, 7(8), 1-20. Koerding KP & Wolpert DM (2004 ... The brain combines depth cues differently for motor control and perception. Journal of Vision, 5(2), 103:15. ... In this framework, both action and perception are seen as a consequence of suppressing free-energy, leading to perceptual and ... These changes correspond to action and perception, respectively, and lead to an adaptive exchange with the environment that is ...

*Paul Anton Cibis

1951). Anisopia and perception of space. JOSA. 41(10): 676-677. Cibis, P. A. (1952). Faulty depth perception caused by ...

*Consciousness

ISBN 978-0-465-06910-1. Knill DC (2007). "Learning Bayesian priors for depth perception". Journal of Vision. 7 (8): 1-20. doi: ... Locke defined consciousness as "the perception of what passes in a man's own mind". His essay influenced the 18th-century view ... This ability would enable a creature to recognize the likelihood that their perceptions are deceiving them (e.g. that water in ... the totality in psychology of sensations, perceptions, ideas, attitudes and feelings of which an individual or a group is aware ...

*Hering's law of visual direction

Howard, Ian P; Rogers, Brian J (2002). Seeing in Depth, vol. 2: Depth Perception. Ontario, Canada: I. Porteous. Ono, Hiroshi; ... Smith, A. Mark (2001). Alhacen's theory of visual perception. Volume Two, English Translation. Philadelphia: American ... Mapp, Alistair P (1995). "A restatement of Wells-Hering's law of visual direction". Perception. 24: 237-252. doi:10.1068/ ...

*Horopter

Howard, Ian P; Rogers, Brian J (2002). Seeing in depth, volume 2: Depth perception. Ontario, Canada: I. Porteous. Schreiber KM ... Smith, A. Mark (2001). Alhazen's theory of visual perception. Vol. 2 English translation. American Philosophical Society. Smith ... A. Mark (1996). Ptolemy's Theory of Visual Perception. American Philosophical Society. Aguilonius, Franciscus. Opticorum libri ...

*Binocular neurons

... create depth perception through computation of relative and absolute disparity created by differences in the ... Both the dorsal and ventral pathways contribute to the perception of depth. Binocular neurons, in the sense of being activated ... In the 19th century Charles Wheatstone determined that retinal disparity was a large contributor to depth perception. Using a ... Binocular neurons in the dorsal and ventral pathways combine to create depth perception, however, the two pathways perform ...

*Hering-Hillebrand deviation

Hering's law of visual direction Horopter Howard, Ian P; Rogers, Brian J (2002). Seeing in depth, volume 2: Depth perception. ...

*Museum SAN

... which uses light to eliminate depth perception; and three exhibits, Skyspace, Horizon Room, and Space Division, that involve ...

*David Heeger

... visual motion perception, stereopsis (depth perception), attention, working memory, the control of eye and hand movements, ... Backus, B.T., et al., Human cortical activity correlates with stereoscopic depth perception. J Neurophysiol, 2001. 86(4): p. ... Ress, D. and D.J. Heeger, Neuronal correlates of perception in early visual cortex. Nat Neurosci, 2003. 10: p. 10. Boynton, G.M ... Polonsky, A., et al., Neuronal activity in human primary visual cortex correlates with perception during binocular rivalry. Nat ...

*Visual cliff

These findings provide evidence of both depth perception and acute fear of heights in cows. This may lead to a reorganization ... were less inclined to move at all depths. This illustrates that the absolute depth of a surface and the relative depth of an ... One of the criticisms of the visual cliff study was, "Did they really support the hypothesis that depth perception was innate ... Depth perception Developmental psychology Psychology Gibson, E.J.; Walk, R.D. (April 1960). "Visual Cliff". Scientific American ...

*Autostereogram

The illusion is one of depth perception and involves stereopsis: depth perception arising from the different perspective each ... "Binocular depth perception without familiarity cues", Science, p. 145. Julesz, B. (1971). Foundations of Cyclopean Perception,[ ... Depth perception results from many monocular and binocular visual clues. For objects relatively close to the eyes, binocular ... This proved that depth perception is a neurological process. Japanese designer Masayuki Ito, following Julesz, created a single ...

*Muscimol

... distance and depth perception. Auditory hallucination were also prominent -- especially the effect, called 'anahata sounds' of ... I noticed that I was experiencing changes in visual perception. These effects became stronger over the next hour or some, and ... can cause hallucinogenic changes in perception.[citation needed] Jonathan Ott describes the effects of Amanita pantherina below ...

*Physiology of underwater diving

Both relative and absolute depth perception are reduced underwater. Loss of contrast results in overestimation, and ... The effects from depth become significant at depths exceeding 1,000 feet (300 m) and remain regardless of the time spent at ... Freediving blackout can occur on any dive profile: at constant depth, on an ascent from depth, or at the surface following ... The oxygen partial pressure at depth, under pressure, may be sufficient to maintain consciousness but only at that depth and ...

*Underwater vision

Both relative and absolute depth perception are reduced underwater. Loss of contrast results in overestimation, and ... In very clear water visibility may extend as far as about 80m, and a record Secchi depth of 79 m has been reported from a ... Crater Lake, Oregon, is often cited for clarity, but the maximum recorded Secchi depth using a 2 m disc is 44 m. The Dry valley ... Particulates and dissolved materials may absorb different frequencies, and this will affect the color at depth, with results ...

*Monocular vision

1 Depth from motion - One form of depth from motion, kinetic depth perception, is determined by dynamically changing object ... Using kinetic depth perception enables the brain to calculate time-to-crash (aka time-to-collision or time-to-contact - TTC) at ... By using the eyes in this way, as opposed by binocular vision, the field of view is increased, while depth perception is ... Accommodation - This is an oculomotor cue for depth perception. When we try to focus on distant objects, the ciliary muscles ...

*Christopher Tyler

This proved that depth perception is a neurological process. After leaving Bell Labs, Tyler took a position at Smith-Kettlewell ... His research has contributed to the study of form, symmetry, flicker, motion, color, and stereoscopic depth perception in ... figure/ground and stereoscopic depth perception and their susceptibility to damage in traumatic brain injury. Tyler's present ... Tyler's scientific interests are in visual perception and visual neuroscience. ...

*Beaver dam

The average height of a dam is about 1.8 metres (5.9 ft) with an average depth of water behind the dam of 1.2 to 1.8 m. The ... While beavers can create damage, part of the problem is one of perception and time scale. Such damage as the undermining of a ... Once the dam has flooded enough area to the proper depth to form a protective moat for the lodge (often covering many acres), ...

*Exotropia

This is called amblyopia, or lazy eye, and results in a loss of binocular vision, impairing depth perception. In adults who ... This causes loss of depth perception and binocular vision. There have also been some reports of people that can "control" their ...