Brightness with and without perceived transparency: when does it make a difference?

@article{Kingdom1997BrightnessWA,
  title={Brightness with and without perceived transparency: when does it make a difference?},
  author={Frederick A. A. Kingdom and Barbara Blakeslee and Mark E. McCourt},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1997},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={493-506}
}
Subjects matched the brightness of test patches whose inner (adjacent) surrounds appeared either as transparent overlays on a wider background that included the test patch or as regions differing in reflectance from the test patch and the outer surround. In the above configurations the luminance and spatial extent of the inner surround was identical, thus controlling for the effects of surround luminance. Configuration condition had a significant effect on test-patch brightness. In general… CONTINUE READING

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