Martin Banks
Martin Banks
Professor of Vision Science, UC Berkeley
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Humans integrate visual and haptic information in a statistically optimal fashion
MO Ernst, MS Banks
Nature 415 (6870), 429, 2002
36032002
Vergence–accommodation conflicts hinder visual performance and cause visual fatigue
DM Hoffman, AR Girshick, K Akeley, MS Banks
Journal of vision 8 (3), 33-33, 2008
12912008
The zone of comfort: Predicting visual discomfort with stereo displays
T Shibata, J Kim, DM Hoffman, MS Banks
Journal of vision 11 (8), 11-11, 2011
5312011
Combining sensory information: mandatory fusion within, but not between, senses
JM Hillis, MO Ernst, MS Banks, MS Landy
Science 298 (5598), 1627-1630, 2002
4562002
Slant from texture and disparity cues: Optimal cue combination
JM Hillis, SJ Watt, MS Landy, MS Banks
Journal of vision 4 (12), 1-1, 2004
4122004
Sensitive period for the development of human binocular vision
MS Banks, RN Aslin, RD Letson
Science 190 (4215), 675-677, 1975
3511975
The perception of heading during eye movements
CS Royden, MS Banks, JA Crowell
Nature 360 (6404), 583, 1992
3491992
Infant visual perception
MS Banks, P Salapatek
Handbook of child psychology: formerly Carmichael's Manual of child …, 1983
3491983
Fearful expressions gain preferential access to awareness during continuous flash suppression.
E Yang, DH Zald, R Blake
Emotion 7 (4), 882, 2007
3202007
Infant pattern vision: A new approach based on the contrast sensitivity function
MS Banks, P Salapatek
Journal of experimental child psychology 31 (1), 1-45, 1981
3161981
A stereo display prototype with multiple focal distances
K Akeley, SJ Watt, AR Girshick, MS Banks
ACM transactions on graphics (TOG) 23 (3), 804-813, 2004
3102004
Estimating heading during eye movements
CS Royden, JA Crowell, MS Banks
Vision research 34 (23), 3197-3214, 1994
2851994
Touch can change visual slant perception
MO Ernst, MS Banks, HH Bülthoff
Nature neuroscience 3 (1), 69, 2000
2732000
Focus cues affect perceived depth
SJ Watt, K Akeley, MO Ernst, MS Banks
Journal of vision 5 (10), 7-7, 2005
2702005
Acuity and contrast sensitivity in 1-, 2-, and 3-month-old human infants.
MS Banks, P Salapatek
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 17 (4), 361-365, 1978
2681978
Mechanisms of heading perception in primate visual cortex
DC Bradley, M Maxwell, RA Andersen, MS Banks, KV Shenoy
Science 273 (5281), 1544-1547, 1996
2601996
The development of visual accommodation during early infancy
MS Banks
Child Development, 646-666, 1980
2501980
Depth of focus, eye size and visual acuity
DG Green, MK Powers, MS Banks
Vision research 20 (10), 827-835, 1980
2461980
Optical and photoreceptor immaturities limit the spatial and chromatic vision of human neonates
MS Banks, PJ Bennett
JOSA A 5 (12), 2059-2079, 1988
2421988
High-speed switchable lens enables the development of a volumetric stereoscopic display
GD Love, DM Hoffman, PJW Hands, J Gao, AK Kirby, MS Banks
Optics express 17 (18), 15716-15725, 2009
2352009
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