Convexity Bias and Perspective Cues in the Reverse-Perspective Illusion

@inproceedings{Dobias2016ConvexityBA,
  title={Convexity Bias and Perspective Cues in the Reverse-Perspective Illusion},
  author={Joshua Jay Dobias and Thomas V. Papathomas and Vanja M. Vlajnic},
  booktitle={i-Perception},
  year={2016}
}
The present experiment was designed to examine the roles of painted linear perspective cues, and the convexity bias that are known to influence human observers' perception of three-dimensional (3D) objects and scenes. Reverse-perspective stimuli were used to elicit a depth-inversion illusion, in which far points on the stimulus appear to be closer than near points and vice versa, with a 2 (Type of stimulus) × 2 (Fixation mark position) design. To study perspective, two types of stimuli were… CONTINUE READING