Detection of unusual shadows is faster in scenes with weaker 3D cues.

@article{Carpenter2015DetectionOU,
  title={Detection of unusual shadows is faster in scenes with weaker 3D cues.},
  author={Bruce B. Carpenter and Cheryl A Olman and Daniel J. Kersten},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 12},
  pages={1084}
}
In the process of ascertaining the properties of objects, the illuminant is often discounted and shadow information is lost. When searching for oddly angled shadows in search arrays, observers are faster for inverted displays than for upright displays (Rensink and Cavanagh, 2004). Faster search in inverted displays is presumably because observers do not have to use attention to retrieve discarded shadow information, since the scene inversion interrupts the usual process of discounting shadows… CONTINUE READING
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