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Hello everyone,

I am working on a project and needed some help regarding the following:

1. Is there a literature review available regarding all methods of depth estimation `without` using a stereo camera i.e. using only a normal single lens camera? If not, can someone point me to resources - papers and hopefully implementations - about the state-of-the-art on this problem?

2. I am investigating the importance of head movements in animals(humans included) for depth perception and came across few decade old papers on the topic. Can someone provide me references on how motion of camera affects detection of edges, depth estimation etc from a computer vision perspective? Aligning with point 1, I am looking for something on the lines of how one can estimate depth accurately by moving the single lens camera and detect edges and/or object boundaries by virtue of this movement. Methods like triangle similarity aren't really helpful since they need an estimate of the original size of object/marker in question.

3. I think this is an exciting area of research and would appreciate if there are any other related links you could provide.

This is my first post here - please correct me if I have missed out on some community rules. I appreciate the help very much. Thank you.

P.S. I did search the community for similar posts before posting and I think my query is new and unanswered previously.

Could you please point me to concise and simplified resources that describe the biological perspective of how learning happens in neurons and the brain as a whole(synapses, spikes, etc).

P.S.  for a computer science background person without prior knowledge of neuroscience.

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