Talk:Convergence micropsia

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I remove someone's addition of a link from the autostereogram article to this article. For reasons, please see Talk:Autostereogram#Convergence_micropsia. Fred Hsu (talk) 03:05, 3 April 2008 (UTC)

Also, I believe this article is not quite right. From one of the sources I found online, convergence micropsia is an adaptive strategy by the brain in an attempt to maintain 'size constancy'. This is completely different from apparent size of images caused by repeating patterns in autosteregrams. See this one.