PMID: 6992757Feb 1, 1980

Measurement of dynamic stereoacuity and global stereopsis

Australian Journal of Ophthalmology
D B DunlopP Dunlop

Abstract

Quantification of global stereopsis in addition to stereoacuity has been achieved by using dynamic random dot test patterns generated by inexpensive computer controlled integrated electronics. A pilot study revealed marked differences between the responses of a variety of clinically defective and normal subjects.

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