An analysis of binocular slant contrast.

@article{Ee1999AnAO,
  title={An analysis of binocular slant contrast.},
  author={Raymond van Ee and Martin S. Banks and B. T. Backus},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1999},
  volume={28 9},
  pages={
          1121-45
        }
}
When a small frontoparallel surface (a test strip) is surrounded by a larger slanted surface (an inducer), the test strip is perceived as slanted in the direction opposite to the inducer. This has been called the depth-contrast effect, but we call it the slant-contrast effect. In nearly all demonstrations of this effect, the inducer's slant is specified by stereoscopic signals; and other signals, such as the texture gradient, specify that it is frontoparallel. We present a theory of slant… CONTINUE READING

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