2011
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2011.01.005
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Aya Shiraiwa, Takefumi Hayashi

Abstract: A visible-surface can be reconstructed either from binocular disparity or motion parallax, and several previous studies have revealed the similarity of the surface properties from either type of reconstruction. In the present research, we have studied the ability for interpolation of reconstructed surfaces, that is, a gap-spanning task was conducted using both static and dynamic random dot patterns which give the same surface perception viewed binocularly and monocularly. We found that: (1) The ability for sur…

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