Masanori Idesawa

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A new type of moiré and its application to topography are discussed. moiré fringes are generated by observing a grating projected on an object under test with a scanning imaging device. The general equations of the projection-type moiré topography are given. By controlling the phase, the pitch, or the direction of the virtual grating corresponding to the(More)
It has been known that the visual system can detect more than one disparity and/or motion direction at the same region in the image. These multiple (or transparent) surfaces can be perceived when, for example, we are looking scenes through a glass. However, many conventional models cannot deal with these multiple surfaces. The present paper investigates the(More)