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Unformatted text preview: The SILO effect is due to image processing in the brain, so some people dont experience it and some see the opposite (SOLI). Figure 1 . 1st-degree fusion slides: Different images with nothing in common. Figure 2 . 2nd-degree fusion slides: Common fusible images, but features unique to each slide to detect suppression. Figure 3 . 3rd-degree fusion slides: Common fusible images with a slight offset in some features to create disparity and stimulate stereopsis....
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course OPTO. 101 taught by Professor Bill during the Spring '08 term at Indiana East.
- Spring '08