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EEE 508 - Lecture 4 Organization in the Visual Cortex Information in the visual cortex is represented within an orientation- and frequency-selective modular neural bank. A hypercolumn consists of two ocular dominance columns. Each of the two ocular dominance columns receive inputs from the same retinal location (but from a different eye) and contains a complete set of orientation columns. Each hypercolumn corresponds to a particular region. Adjacent hypercolumns analyze for adjacent but overlapping retinal patches. Hypercolumn based structure of the striate cortex
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EEE 508 - Lecture 4 Binocular Vision
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EEE 508 - Lecture 4 Binocular Vision Random-Dot Stereograms
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EEE 508 - Lecture 4 Binocular Vision Binocular stereo is not the only means for depth perception Spatial depth perception possible through monocular cues: Head movement parallax Linear perspective Shading and texture gradients Occlusion of more distant objects by near ones Accomodation (muscular tension to focus objects)
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