Francesco Carlini

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Reversal rates of an ambiguous figure (the Necker cube) were studied for different pattern sizes covering a range of visual angles theta from approximately 1 to 62 deg. A large number of reversals was obtained for each observer and each pattern in order to examine the statistical distributions of reversal times. A pronounced flattening of the statistical(More)
Giovanni Battista Amici (Modena, 1786 – Florence, 1863) was one of the most renowned instrument makers in 19th century Europe. He constructed a variety of scientific instruments, including reflecting and refracting telescopes, microscopes, micrometers, camerae lucidae, prisms, objective lenses, and other precision measuring devices. Amici also made original(More)
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