Welcome to my website. I’m a Reader in Vision Science at the Institute of Neuroscience at Newcastle University, and a member of Newcastle’s Centre for Behaviour and Evolution. My particular interest is “3D” or stereo depth perception, also known as stereopsis. As sketched out here, I study pretty much all aspects of this ability, ranging from detailed psychophysical measurements of depth perception, to computational models of the underlying neuronal mechanisms, to stereopsis in other species, to clinical disorders of vision, to commercial applications of 3D display technologies. You’ll find my Google Scholar profile here.
You can use the tabs above to navigate these pages. You’ll find all my published papers and details of my talks.
Read about our new research programme “Man, Mantis and Machine”, looking at insect 3D vision.
Also check out our lab blog. It’s a random assortment of thoughts and progress reports from various team members, providing a glimpse into life in the lab.
If you’re a vision scientist, you might be interested in the technical details of my stereo psychophysics set-up, or you might be after some useful Matlab code.
If you’re not a scientist, you might prefer to check out this overview of my research or see my public engagement activities. Or you might simply want to look at a random assortment of photographs showing the sorts of activities that go on in my lab.
Please get in touch if you want to know more.
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