Publications

  1. Hartle B, Wilcox LM and Murray RF (2018). Optimal combination of illusory and luminance-defined 3D surfaces: A role for ambiguity. Journal of Vision, 18(4):14, 1-15. [PDF]

  2. Wilcox LM, Hartle B, Mackenzie KJ, Solski A, Giaschi D. (2017). Disparity configuration influences depth discrimination in naïve adults, but not in children. Vision Research, 131, 106-119. [PDF]

  3. Allison RS, Wilcox LM, Anthony RC, Helliker J, Dunk B (2017). Expert viewer’ preferences for higher frame rate 3D film. Journal of Imaging Science and Technology, 60, 1-9. [PDF]

  4. Goutcher R, Wilcox LM (2016). Representation and measurement of stereoscopic volumes. Journal of Vision, 16 (11). [PDF]

  5. Minjung K, Wilcox LM, Murray RF (2016). Perceived three-dimensional shape toggles perceived glow. Current Biology Magazine. [PDF]

  6. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2016). Size matters: Perceived depth magnitude varies with stimulus height. Vision Research, 123, 41-45. [PDF]

  7. Hartle B, Wilcox LM (2016). Depth magnitude from stereopsis: Assessment techniques and the role of experience. Vision Research, 125, 64-75. [PDF]

  8. Wilcox LM, Allison RS, Helliker J, Dunk B, Anthony RC (2015). Evidence that viewers prefer higher frame-rate film. ACM Transactions on Applied Perception. [PDF]

  9. Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2015). Perceptual tolerance to stereoscopic 3D image distortion. Transactions on Applied Perception, 12, 3. [PDF]

  10. Deas LM, Wilcox LM (2015). Perceptual grouping via binocular disparity: The impact of stereoscopic good continuation. Journal of Vision. [PDF]

  11. Deas LM, Wilcox LM (2014). Gestalt grouping via closure degrades suprathreshold depth percepts. Journal of Vision. [PDF]

  12. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2014). A computational theory of da Vinci stereopsis. Journal of Vision, 14(7). [PDF]

  13. Lugtigheid AJ, Wilcox LM, Allison RS, Howard IP (2014). Vergence eye movements are not essential for stereoscopic depth. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. [PDF]

  14. Stransky D, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2014). Effects of long-term exposure on sensitivity and comfort with stereoscopic displays. ACM Transactions on Applied Perception. [PDF]

  15. Allison RS, Wilcox LM, Kazimi A (2013). Perceptual artefacts, suspension of disbelief and realism in stereoscopic 3D film. Public, Vol 47. [PDF]

  16. Giaschi D, Lo R, Narasimhan S, Lyons C, Wilcox LM (2013). Sparing of coarse stereopsis in stereodeficient children with a history of amblyopia." Journal of Vision. [PDF]

  17. Giaschi D, Narasimhan S, Solski A, Harrison E, Wilcox LM (2013). On the typical development of stereopsis: Fine and coarse processing. Vision Research. [PDF]

  18. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2012). Da vinci decoded: Does da vinci stereopsis rely on disparity? 12 (12), 1-17. [PDF]

  19. Tsirlin I, Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2012). Perceptual asymmetry reveals neural substrates underlying stereoscopic transparency. Vision Research, 54, 1-11. [PDF]

  20. Allison RS, Irving EL, Babu R, Lillakas L, Gutherie S, Wilcox LM (2012). Visibility of color breakup phenomena in displays based on narrowband spectral sources. Journal of Display Technology, 8, 4, 186-193. [PDF]

  21. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2012). The effect of crosstalk on depth magnitude in thin structures. Journal of Electronic Imaging, 21, DOI:10.1117/1.JEI.21.1.011003 [PDF]

  22. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison, RS (2011). Disparity biasing in depth from monocular occlusions, Vision Research, 51, 1699-1711. [PDF]

  23. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2011). The effect of crosstalk on perceived depth from disparity and monocular occlusions,IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, 99, pp. 1-9. [PDF]

  24. Tsirlin I, Wilcox, LM, Allison RS (2010). Monocular occlusions determine the perceived shape and depth of occluding surfaces, Journal of Vision 10(6):11. [PDF]

  25. Stransky D, Wilcox LM, Dubrowsky A (2010). Mental Rotation: Cross-task training and generalization. The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 16, 4, 349-360. [PDF]

  26. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2010). Perceptual artefacts in random dot stereograms, Perception, 39, 349-355. [PDF]

  27. Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2009). Coarse-fine dichotomies in human stereopsis. Invited paper in Special Issue of Vision Research 49, 2653–2665. [PDF]

  28. Harris JM, Wilcox LM (2009). The role of monocularly visible regions in the perception of three-dimensional scenes.Invited paper in Special Issue of Vision Research 49, 2666-2685. [PDF]

  29. Fukuda K, Wilcox LM, Allison RS, Howard IP (2009). A reevaluation of the tolerance to vertical misalignment in stereopsis. Journal of Vision, 9, 2, 1-8. [PDF]

  30. Hess RF, Wilcox LM (2008). The transient nature of 2nd-order stereopsis. Vision Research, 11, 1327-1334. [PDF]

  31. Tsirlin I, Allison RS Wilcox LM (2008). Stereoscopic transparency: constraints on the perception of multiple surfaces. Journal of Vision, 8, 5,5. [PDF]

  32. MacKenzie KJ, Murray RF, Wilcox LM (2008). The intrinsic constraint approach to cue combination: an empirical and theoretical evaluation. Journal of Vision, 8, 8, 1-10. [PDF]

  33. Wilcox LM, Harris JP, McKee SP (2007). The role of binocular stereopsis in monoptic depth perception. Vision Research, 47, 18, 2367-2377. [PDF]

  34. Wilcox LM, Lakra DC (2007). Depth from binocular half-occlusions in stereoscopic images of natural scenes. Perception, 36(6) 830 – 839. [PDF]

  35. Wilcox LM, Allison RS, Elfassy S, Grelik C (2006). Personal space in virtual reality. ACM Trans. Applied Perception, 3, (4), 412-428. [PDF]

  36. Hess RF, Wilcox LM (2006). Stereo dynamics are not scale-dependent. Vision Research, 46, (12), 1911-1923. [PDF]

  37. Wilcox LM Duke PA (2005). Spatial and temporal properties of stereoscopic surface interpolation, Perception, 34, (11), 1325-1338. [PDF]

  38. Wilcox LM Duke PA (2003). Stereoscopic surface interpolation supports lightness constancy. Psychological Science, 14, (5), 525-530. [PDF]

  39. Duke PA, Wilcox LM (2003). Adaptation to vertical disparity induced depth: implications for disparity processing. Vision Research, 43, (2), 135-147. [PDF]

  40. Wilcox LM, Elder JH, Hess RF (2000). The effects of blur and size on monocular and stereoscopic localization. Vision Research, 40, 3575-3584. [PDF]

Conferences

  1. Cutone M, Dalecki M, Goel J, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2018). A statistical paradigm for assessment of subjective image quality results. Society for Information Display Digest, 48:1. [PDF]

  2. Sudhama A, Cutone M, Hou Y, Goel J, Stolitzka D, Jacobson N, Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2018). Visually lossless compression of high dynamic range images: A large scale evaluation. Invited paper, Society for Information Display Digest, 48:1. [PDF]

  3. Allison RS, Wilcox LM, Wang W, Hoffman D, Hou Y, Goel J, Deas L, Stolitzka D (2017). Large Scale Subjective Evaluation of Display Stream Compression. Invited paper, Society for Information Display Digest, 48:1, 1101-1104. [PDF]

  4. Brunnstrom K, Allison RS, Chandler DM, Collett H, Corriveau P, Daly S, Goel J, Knopf J, Wilcox LM, Yaacob Y, Yang S-N, Zhang Y. (2017). Industry and business perspectives on the distinctions between visually lossless and lossy video quality: Mobile and large format displays. Invited paper, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, Burlingame, CA. [PDF]

  5. Deas LM, Allison RS, Hartle B, Irving EL, Glaholt M, Wilcox LM (2017). Estimation of altitude in stereoscopic-3D versus 2D real-world scenes. Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXVIII, Burlingame, CA. [PDF]

  6. Wilcox LM, Allison RS, Helliker J, Dunk B, Anthony RC (2015). Evidence that viewers prefer higher frame rate film. Society on Applied Perception Meeting, Tubingen, Germany. [PDF]

  7. Marianovski M, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2015). Evaluation of the impact of high frame rates on legibility in S3D film. Society on Applied Perception Meeting, Tubingen, Germany. [PDF]

  8. Hartle B, Lugtigheid A, Kazimi A, Allison RS Wilcox LM (2015). Preference for motion and depth in 3D film. Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXVI Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]

  9. Deas L, Wilcox LM, Kazimi A, Allison RS (2013). Audio-visual integration in stereoscopic 3-D. IEEE Society for Applied Perception, Dublin, Ireland. [PDF]

  10. Benzeroual K, Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2012). 3D display size matters: Compensating for the perceptual effects of S3D display size scaling. CVPR Workshop, Providence. [PDF]

  11. Tsirlin I, Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2012). Crosstalk reduces the amount of depth seen in 3D images of natural scenes. Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIII Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]

  12. Laldin S, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2012). Motion in depth constancy in stereoscopic displays. Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIII Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]

  13. Benzeroual K, Allison RS Wilcox LM (2011). Distortions of space in stereoscopic 3D content. SMPTE International Conference on Stereoscopic 3D, New York. [PDF]

  14. Benzeroual K, Wilcox LM, Kazimi A, Allison RS (2011). On the distinction between perceived and predicted depth in S3D films. IC3D conference, Liege, Belgium. [PDF]

  15. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2011). The effect of crosstalk on depth magnitude in thin structures. Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXII Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]

  16. Benzeroual K, Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2011). Distortions of space in stereoscopic 3D content. Oral presentation at the Society for Motion Picture and Television Engineering conference, New York.

  17. Wilcox LM, Tsirlin I, Allison RS (2010). Sensitivity to monocular occlusions in stereoscopic imagery: Implications for S3D content creation, distribution and exhibition. Oral presentation at the Society for Motion Picture and Television Engineering conference, New York.

  18. Allison RS, Wilcox LM, Elder JH (2010). Depth of Field in Stereoscopic Moving Images, Oral presentation at the Society for Motion Picture and Television Engineering conference, Toronto.

  19. Guterman PS, Fukuda K, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2010). Is Brighter Always Better? The Effects of Display and Ambient Luminance on Preferences for Digital Signage. Presented at The Society for Information Display, Seattle. [PDF]

  20. Wilcox LM, Stewart JAD (2003). Determinants of perceived image quality: ghosting vs. brightness, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XVI, published in the Proceedings of SPIE vol. 4661. 7 [PDF]

  21. Speranza F, Wilcox LM (2001). Viewing stereoscopic images comfortably: the effects of whole-field vertical disparity. Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIII Published in the Proceedings of SPIE vol. 4660. [PDF]