Disappearance of stabilized chromatic gratings.

  title={Disappearance of stabilized chromatic gratings.},
  author={D. H. Kelly},
  volume={214 4526},
When the image of a stationary, sinusoidal luminance grating is stabilized on the retina of a human subject, he becomes unable to detect this stimulus at contrasts that are readily visible in normal, unstabilized vision. At much higher contrasts, such stabilized gratings can still be seen over most of the normal range of spatial frequencies, although the threshold contrast may be increased by as much as 20 or 30 times. When the analogous experiment is performed with an isoluminance chromatic… CONTINUE READING

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