Akiko Yasuoka

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A patch with one texture appears as a distinct perceptual entity within a background region with contrasting texture if their features differ adequately (texture segregation). If there is no pictorial depth cue such as size, the patch, which is a small closed region, may stand out. Incidentally, if two fields of random dots that are identical except for a(More)
Depth in a random dot stereogram is harder to perceive than that in a normal stereogram. Depth, however, is much easier to perceive when an outline is placed around the disparate region. This research uses a hybrid random dot stereogram in which a patch of dynamic random noise is set within a static field of random dots to test; the patch is binocularly(More)
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