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Andrew Glennerster
Andrew Glennerster
School of Psychology and Clinical Sciences, University of Reading
Verified email at reading.ac.uk
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Biases and sensitivities in geometrical illusions
MJ Morgan, GJ Hole, A Glennerster
Vision research 30 (11), 1793-1810, 1990
2351990
Stereoscopic depth constancy depends on the subject's task
A Glennerster, BJ Rogers, MF Bradshaw
Vision research 36 (21), 3441-3456, 1996
1801996
The effect of display size on disparity scaling from differential perspective and vergence cues
MF Bradshaw, A Glennerster, BJ Rogers
Vision research 36 (9), 1255-1264, 1996
1531996
The task-dependent use of binocular disparity and motion parallax information
MF Bradshaw, AD Parton, A Glennerster
Vision research 40 (27), 3725-3734, 2000
1272000
Humans ignore motion and stereo cues in favor of a fictional stable world
A Glennerster, L Tcheang, SJ Gilson, AW Fitzgibbon, AJ Parker
Current Biology 16 (4), 428-432, 2006
1182006
Efficiency of locating centres of dot-clusters by human observers
MJ Morgan, A Glennerster
Vision research 31 (12), 2075-2083, 1991
901991
Spatial calibration of an optical see-through head-mounted display
SJ Gilson, AW Fitzgibbon, A Glennerster
Journal of neuroscience methods 173 (1), 140-146, 2008
722008
Using high-fidelity virtual reality to study perception in freely moving observers
P Scarfe, A Glennerster
Journal of vision 15 (9), 3-3, 2015
632015
Bias and sensitivity of stereo judgements in the presence of a slanted reference plane
A Glennerster, SP McKee
Vision Research 39 (18), 3057-3069, 1999
551999
Cues to viewing distance for stereoscopic depth constancy
A Glennerster, BJ Rogers, MF Bradshaw
Perception 27 (11), 1357-1365, 1998
491998
Systematic distortions of perceptual stability investigated using immersive virtual reality
L Tcheang, SJ Gilson, A Glennerster
Vision research 45 (16), 2177-2189, 2005
452005
Latitude and longitude vertical disparities
JCA Read, GP Phillipson, A Glennerster
Journal of Vision 9 (13), 11-11, 2009
442009
How soccer players head the ball: A test of optic acceleration cancellation theory with virtual reality
P McLeod, N Reed, S Gilson, A Glennerster
Vision Research 48 (13), 1479-1487, 2008
422008
Stereoacuity thresholds in the presence of a reference surface
TJ Andrews, A Glennerster, AJ Parker
Vision research 41 (23), 3051-3061, 2001
402001
Evidence for surface-based processing of binocular disparity
A Glennerster, SP McKee, MD Birch
Current Biology 12 (10), 825-828, 2002
362002
The science behind virtual reality displays
P Scarfe, A Glennerster
Annual review of vision science 5 (1), 529-547, 2019
312019
Dmax for stereopsis and motion in random dot displays
A Glennerster
Vision Research 38 (6), 925-935, 1998
291998
Stereoscopic acuity and observation distance
MF Bradshaw, A Glennerster
Spatial vision 19 (1), 21-36, 2006
282006
An automated calibration method for non-see-through head mounted displays
SJ Gilson, AW Fitzgibbon, A Glennerster
Journal of neuroscience methods 199 (2), 328-335, 2011
272011
Cue combination for 3D location judgements
E Svarverud, SJ Gilson, A Glennerster
Journal of Vision 10 (1), 5-5, 2010
252010
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