Part of the
Perspectives in Vision Research
book series (PIVR)
Part III has dealt with how we segregate or separate superimposed images. In the real world, we deal with overlapping complex images on our retina rather than working in the laboratory, where there are simple point targets against a black background. But how do the human eye and the human brain deal with this complexity of real extended images?
KeywordsNeural Process Mental Image Black Background Complex Image Binocular Rivalry
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