Vishwanath, D. (2018) The anticipatory structure of perception. In R. Poli (ed.)Handbook of Anticipation Springer. (in Press)
Fluharty, M, Jentzsch, I, Spitschan, M. & Vishwanath, D. (2016) Eye fixation during multiple object attention is based on a representation of discrete spatial foci. Scientific Reports 6, 31832
Vishwanath, D. (2016). Induction of Monocular Stereopsis by Altering Focus Distance: A Test of Ames’s Hypothesis. I-Perception, 7(2), 2041669516643236. http://doi.org/10.1177/2041669516643236
Vishwanath, D. (2014), Toward a New Theory of Stereopsis. Psychological Review 121, 151–78.
Mauderer, M, Conte, S, Nacenta, MA & Vishwanath, D (2014) Depth perception with gaze-contingent depth of field. in Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems – Proceedings. ACM Press – Association for Computing Machinery, New York, pp. 217-226. DOI: 10.1145/2556288.2557089
Volcic, R., Vishwanath, D., and Domini, F. (2014). Reaching into pictorial spaces. In: Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XIX, Rogowitz, B.E., Pappas, T.N. and de Ridder, H. (eds.), Proceedings of SPIE, 9014, 901413, San Francisco, California, February 2–6, 2014. doi: 10.1117/12.2045458
van Tonder, G.J., & Vishwanath, D. (2014). Design insights: Gestalt, Bauhaus and Japanese gardens. In J. Wagemans (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Perceptual Organization. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press. (in press).
Vishwanath, D. & Hibbard, P. (2013) Seeing in 3D with just one eye: Stereopsis without binocular disparity Psychological Science, 2013 24(9): 1673-1685.
Vishwanath, D. (2013). Immersion, tangibility, realism: Explaining the qualitative experience of stereopsis. In: Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XVI, Rogowitz, B.E., Pappas, T.N. and de Ridder, H. (eds.)SPIE Proceedings: Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIV, 86480, 1-22
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Vishwanath, D. (2012). The utility of defocus blur in binocular depth perception. i‐perception, 3, 541–546.
Vishwanath, D. (2010). Information in surface and depth perception: reconciling pictures and reality. In Albertazzi, van Tonder & Vishwanath (eds) Perception Beyond Inference. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Albertazzi, L., van Tonder, G., and Vishwanath, D (2010) Perception Beyond Inference: The Information Content of Visual Processes – The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2011, 525 pp, ISBN: 978-0262015028.
Vishwanath, D., & Blaser, E. (2010). Retinal blur and the perception of egocentric distance. Journal of Vision, 10, 26.
Vishwanath, D. (2006). Coplanar reflectance change and the ontology of surface perception. In Albertazzi, L. (ed.). The Depictive Space of Perception. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Vishwanath, D. (2005). The Epistemological Status of Vision and Its Implications for Design. Axiomathes, 15, 399–486.
Vishwanath, D., Girshick, A. & Banks, M. S. (2005). Why pictures look right when viewed from the wrong place. Nature Neuroscience, 8(10), 1401‐1410.
Banks, M. S., Rose, H. F., Vishwanath, D. & Girshick, A.R. (2005). Where should you sit to watch a movie? Proceedings of SPIE: Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, (IS&T/SPIE Paper Number 5666‐34).
Vishwanath, D. & Kowler, E. (2004). Saccadic localization in the presence of cues to 3D shape. Journal of Vision, 4, 445‐458.
Vishwanath, D. & Kowler, E. (2003). Localization of shapes in perception and eye movements. Vision Research, 43, 1637‐1653
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