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"Multimodal 3D perception: From binocular disparity to generic depth processing"

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Binocular disparity is often considered to be the primary cue to 3D perception, but there is increasing evidence that the multiplicity of ‘monocular’ depth cues can provide equivalent impressions of perceived depth (i.e., not just cognitive inference) that are integrated into a generic depth percept. I will explore the cortical substrate of this generic depth percept and its role in the integration of human depth perception over the sparse retinal cue information available for 3D object reconstruction.

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