Integrating cue information

We generally have access to several different depth cues. In order to have a complete understanding of depth perception, we need to know how information from the various cues is combined and integrated. For example, what do we do if two depth cues provide conflicting evidence? One possibility is that we make use of information from both cues to reach a compromise solution, but another possibility is that we accept the evidence from one cue and ignore the other.

Some of the major issues of cue combination were studied by Bruno and Cutting (1988). They identified three possible strategies that might be used by observers who had information available from two or more depth cues:

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