Zoom Colloquium: New developments in measuring stereoscopic vision

Zoom Colloquium: New developments in measuring stereoscopic vision

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Thursday, December 2nd, 2021 – 12:00pm to 1:00pm


Dr. Adrien Chopin a Researcher of Aging in Vision and Action, Vision Institute, Sorbonne University (Paris)


Kate Agathos Post-Doctoral Fellow


Abstract: Recent data have demonstrated limits in the way clinical and psychophysical stereo tests measure stereopsis. Among others, we discovered a new family of non-stereoscopic cues and failures in the psychophysical methods. I will present these data and how to circumvent the issues with new methods and sampling algorithms. We developed three new stereo tests and tested their psychometric properties. Finally, with these tests we revisited the question of the link between stereoacuity and vergence abilities. http://www.aging-vision-action.fr/people/adrien-chopin/

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