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Stereo-slant adaptation is high level and does not involve disparity coding
Journal of Vision
We have investigated the potential stages of visual processing at which adaptation may occur to a slanted surface produced by horizontal magnification. Predictions of three hypotheses were tested utilizing a property of depth from binocular disparity, namely that slant scales with distance. If adaptation occurs at the disparity level, then the after-effect expressed in units of horizontal magnification will be independent of the test distance. If adaptation occurs at either a perceived slant ordoi:10.1167/5.1.7 pmid:15831068 fatcat:3d7u2spgmvc5tgyo4apppwtyvy