Binocular Depth Perception And The Cerebral Cortex Pdf

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Metrics details. They seem like commonplace phenomena, but in fact, they are important and difficult issues for visual information processing, neural computation, physics, psychology, cognitive psychology, and neuroscience.

Athena Buckthought, Janine D. Mendola; A matched comparison of binocular rivalry and depth perception with fMRI. Journal of Vision ;11 6

Jason M. Samonds, Christopher W. For the important task of binocular depth perception from complex natural-image stimuli, the neurophysiological basis for disambiguating multiple matches between the eyes across similar features has remained a long-standing problem. Recurrent interactions among binocular disparity-tuned neurons in the primary visual cortex V1 could play a role in stereoscopic computations by altering responses to favor the most likely depth interpretation for a given image pair.

Problems with depth perception caused by too many cells

The connections that integrate information from the left and right eyes are set up early in development, but visual experiences are important for fine-tuning the circuits. Without pruning the proper cells, an adult may lack full use of their visual system. Our perceptions of the world are shaped both by our biology and our experiences. Josh Huang provides a glimpse of how these factors intersect in a part of the brain that integrates visual information, establishing the neural circuitry that literally shapes how we see the world. The study, published in the journal Neuron , concerns the connections that integrate information from the left and right eyes to generate a single, coherent image.

The central brain functions underlying a stereoscopic vision were a subject of numerous studies investigating the cortical activity during binocular perception of depth. However, the stereo vision is less explored as a function promoting the cognitive processes of the brain. In this work, we investigated a cortical activity during the cognitive task consisting of binocular viewing of a false image which is observed when the eyes are refocused out of the random-dot stereogram plane 3D phenomenon. The power of cortical activity before and after the onset of the false image perception was assessed using the scull EEG recording. We found that during stereo perception of the false image the power of alpha-band activity decreased in the left parietal area and bilaterally in frontal areas of the cortex, while activity in beta-1, beta-2, and delta frequency bands remained to be unchanged. We assume that this suppression of alpha rhythm is presumably associated with increased attention necessary for refocusing the eyes at the plane of the false image. The central brain functions underlying a stereoscopic vision were a subject of numerous studies focusing on the assessment of cortical activity during binocular perception of depth [ 1 , 2 ].

Binocular depth perception and the cerebral cortex

Visual Cortex - Current Status and Perspectives. The purpose of this chapter is to present a review of recent functional neuroimaging fMRI studies of binocular vision, including binocular depth and rivalry, as well as a review of studies of perceptual multistability. As such, we will first emphasize the binocular aspects of binocular rivalry, while later emphasizing the rivalrous aspects. The interrelationship of binocular depth and rivalry, as well as multistability, will be described with reference to fMRI studies and single-unit recording studies in animals. These studies have provided provocative new evidence that the neural substrates for depth and rivalry, as well as other forms of multistability are remarkably similar. We will also describe our own research findings from two recent experiments, in which we performed 1 a direct comparison between binocular rivalry and depth, and 2 a direct comparison between binocular rivalry and monocular rivalry, a related form of bistability [ 1 , 2 ]. Our studies are unique in using both matched stimulation and comparable tasks, overcoming a limitation in the interpretation of many previous studies.


Almost all regions of the visual cortex contain neurons that respond to binocular disparity; however, studies have failed to identify a cortical site pre-eminently.


The EEG Activity during Binocular Depth Perception of 2D Images

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Binocular rivalry: a gateway to consciousness View all 27 Articles. When we view nearby objects, we generate appreciably different retinal images in each eye.

3-D vision and figure-ground separation by visual cortex

The theory proposes a solution of the classical figure-ground problem for biological vision. It does so by suggesting how boundary representations and surface representations are formed within a boundary contour system BCS and a feature contour system FCS. Their interactions generate 3-D percepts wherein occluding and occluded object parts are separated, completed, and grouped. The theory clarifies how preattentive processes of 3-D perception and figure-ground separation interact reciprocally with attentive processes of spatial localization, object recognition, and visual search.

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1. Introduction

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Binocular neurons in the visual cortex combine signals from the left and right eyes. Probing the roles of binocular neurons in different perceptual.

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This work describes an approach inspired by the primary visual cortex using the stimulus response of the receptive field profiles of binocular cells for disparity computation.

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