Shohei Kawashimo

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Blur gradient is acknowledged as an important cue for relative distance. A number of studies examined detection and discrimination of blur, but no study to date has directly examined human performance of gradient detection per se. In this study we examined gradient detection by using filtered random patterns. Blur gradient was generated by applying low-pass(More)
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