Publications

  1. 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]
  2. Wilcox, Laurie M., Brittney Hartle, Aliya Solski, Kevin J. Mackenzie, and Deborah Giaschi. (2017). "Disparity Configuration Influences Depth Discrimination in Naive Adults, but not in Children." Vision Research. [PDF]
  3. Kim, Minjung, Laurie M. Wilcox, and Richard F. Murray (2016). "Perceived Three-dimensional Shape Toggles Perceived Glow." Current Biology Magazine. [PDF]
  4. Wilcox, Laurie M., Robert S. Allison, John Helliker, Bert Dunk, and Roy C. Anthony (2015). "Evidence That Viewers Prefer Higher Frame-Rate Film." ACM Transactions on Applied Perception. [PDF]
  5. Deas, Lesley M., and Laurie M. Wilcox (2015). "Perceptual Grouping via Binocular Disparity: The Impact of Stereoscopic Good Continuation." Journal of Vision. [PDF] 
  6. Deas, L. M., and L. M. Wilcox (2014). "Gestalt Grouping via Closure Degrades Suprathreshold Depth Percepts." Journal of Vision. [PDF]
  7. Lugtigheid, A. J., L. M. Wilcox, R. S. Allison, and I. P. Howard (2014). "Vergence Eye Movements Are Not Essential for Stereoscopic Depth." Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. [PDF]
  8. Stransky, Debi, Laurie M. Wilcox, and Robert S. Allison (2014). "Effects of Long-Term Exposure on Sensitivity and Comfort with Stereoscopic Displays." ACM Transactions on Applied Perception. [PDF]
  9. Giaschi, D., R. Lo, S. Narasimhan, C. Lyons, and L. M. Wilcox (2013). "Sparing of Coarse Stereopsis in Stereodeficient Children with a History of Amblyopia." Journal of Vision. [PDF]
  10. Giaschi, Deborah, Sathyasri Narasimhan, Aliya Solski, Emily Harrison, and Laurie M. Wilcox (2013). "On the Typical Development of Stereopsis: Fine and Coarse Processing." Vision Research. [PDF]
  11. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2012) Da vinci decoded: Does da vinci stereopsis rely on disparity? 12 (12), 1-17.
  12. Tsirlin I, Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2012) Perceptual asymmetry reveals neural substrates underlying stereoscopic transparency. Vision Research, 54, 1-11.
  13. Allison RS,  Irving EL, Babu R, Lillakas L, Gutherie S and Wilcox LM (2012) Visibility of Color Breakup Phenomena in Displays based on Narrowband Spectral Sources. Journal of Display Technology, 8, 4, 186-193.
  14. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, and 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
  15. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, and Allison, RS (2011) Disparity biasing in depth from monocular occlusions, Vision Research, 51, 1699-1711. 
  16. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, and Allison RS (2011) The effect of crosstalk on perceived depth from disparity and monocular occlusions,IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, 99, pp. 1-9
  17. Tsirlin I, Wilcox, LM, and Allison RS (2010). Monocular occlusions determine the perceived shape and depth of occluding surfaces, Journal of Vision 10(6):11
  18. Stransky D, Wilcox LM, and Dubrowsky A (2010) Mental Rotation: Cross-task training and generalization. The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 16, 4, 349-360. 
  19. Tsirlin, I., Wilcox, L. M., & Allison, R. S. (2011) “The effect of crosstalk on perceived depth from disparity and monocular occlusions”IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, 99, pp. 1-9.
  20. Tsirlin, I., Wilcox, L. M., & Allison, R. S. (2010). “Monocular occlusions determine the perceived shape and depth of occluding surfaces”Journal of Vision 10(6):11. 
  21. Tsirlin I., Wilcox L.M. , and Allison R.S. (2010) Perceptual artefacts in random dot stereogramsPerception, 39, 349-355.
  22. Wilcox L.M. and Allison R.S. (2009) Coarse-fine dichotomies in human stereopsis. Invited paper in Special Issue of Vision Research 49, 2653–2665.
  23. Harris J.M. and Wilcox L.M. (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.
  24. Fukuda K., Wilcox L.M. , Allison R.S., and Howard I.P. (2009) A reevaluation ofthe tolerance to vertical misalignment in stereopsis. Journal of Vision, 9, 2, 1-8
  25. Hess R.F., and Wilcox L.M. (2008) The transient nature of 2nd-order stereopsis. Vision Research, 11, 1327-1334
  26. Tsirlin, I, Allison, R.S. and Wilcox L.M. (2008) Stereoscopic transparency: constraints on the perception of multiple surfaces. Journal of Vision, 8, 5,5.
  27. MacKenzie, K.J., Murray, R.F. and Wilcox L.M. (2008) The intrinsic constraint approach to cue combination:  an empirical and theoretical evaluation. Journal of Vision, 8, 8, 1-10.
  28. Wilcox L.M. , Harris J.P., and McKee S.P. (2007) The role of binocular stereopsis in monoptic depth perception. Vision Research, 47, 18, 2367-2377.
  29. Wilcox L.M. and Lakra D. C. (2007) Depth from binocular half-occlusions in stereoscopic images of natural scenes.Perception, 36(6) 830 – 839.
  30. Wilcox L.M. , Allison R., Elfassy S. and Grelik C. (2006) Personal space in virtual reality. ACM Trans. Applied Perception, 3, (4), 412-428. 
  31. Hess R.F. and Wilcox L.M. (2006) Stereo dynamics are not scale-dependent. Vision Research, 46, (12), 1911-1923.
  32. Wilcox L.M. and Duke P.A. (2005) Spatial and temporal properties of stereoscopic surface interpolation, Perception, 34, (11), 1325-1338.
  33. Wilcox L.M. and Duke P.A. (2003) Stereoscopic surface interpolation supports lightness constancy. Psychological Science, 14, (5), 525-530. 
  34. Duke, P.A. & Wilcox, L.M. (2003). Adaptation to vertical disparity induced depth: implications for disparity processing.Vision Research, 43, (2), 135-147. 
  35. Wilcox L.M. , Elder JH and Hess RF (2000) The effects of blur and size on monocular and stereoscopic localization. Vision Research, 40, 3575-3584.

Conferences

  1. Wilcox L.M., Allison R.S., Helliker J., Dunk B., & Anthony R.C. (2015). "Evidence that viewers prefer higher frame rate film". Society on Applied Perception Meeting, Tubingen, Germany.
  2. Marianovski M., Wilcox L.M., & Allison R.S. (2015). "Evaluation of the impact of high frame rates on legibility in S3D film". Society on Applied Perception Meeting, Tubingen, Germany.
  3. Hartle B., Lugtigheid A., Kazimi A., Allison R.S. & Wilcox L.M. (2015) "Preference for motion and depth in 3D film". Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXVI Conference, San Francisco.
  4. Deas L., Wilcox L.M., Kazimi A., & Allison R.S. (2013). "Audio-visual integration in stereoscopic 3-D". IEEE Society for Applied Perception, Dublin, Ireland.  
  5. Benzeroual K., Allison R.S. & Wilcox L.M. (2012). "3D display size matters: Compensating for the perceptual effects of S3D display size scaling". CVPR Workshop, Providence.
  6. Tsirlin I., Allison R.S., & Wilcox L.M. (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.
  7. Laldin S., Wilcox L.M., & Allison R.S. (2012). "Motion in depth constancy in stereoscopic displays". Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIII Conference, San Francisco.
  8. Benzeroual K., Allison R.S. & Wilcox L.M. (2011). "Distortions of space in stereoscopic 3D content". SMPTE International Conference on Stereoscopic 3D, New York.
  9. Benzeroual K., Wilcox L.M., Kazimi A, and Allison R.S. (2011). "On the distinction between perceived and predicted depth in S3D films". IC3D conference, Liege, Belgium.
  10. Tsirlin, I., Wilcox, L.M., & Allison, R. S. (2011). “The effect of crosstalk on depth magnitude in thin structures”.Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXII Conference, San Francisco.