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Orientation Disparity: A Cue for 3D Orientation?
Orientation disparity, the difference in orientation that results when a texture element on a slanted surface is projected to the two eyes, has been proposed as a binocular cue for 3D orientation. Since orientation disparity is confounded with position disparity, neither behavioral nor neurophysiological experiments have successfully isolated its contribution to slant estimates or established whether the visual system uses it. Using a modified disparity energy model, we simulated a populationdoi:10.1162/neco.2009.08-08-848 pmid:19548796 fatcat:tmhr7nncynelfflia5pos2f3si