Disparity, motion, and color information improve gloss constancy performance.

  title={Disparity, motion, and color information improve gloss constancy performance.},
  author={Gunnar Wendt and F. Faul and Vebj{\o}rn Ekroll and R. Mausfeld},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  volume={10 9},
  • Gunnar Wendt, F. Faul, +1 author R. Mausfeld
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of vision
  • S. Nishida and M. Shinya (1998) found that observers have only a limited ability to recover surface-reflectance properties under changes in surface shape. Our aim in the present study was to investigate how the degree of surface-reflectance constancy depends on the availability of information that may help to infer the reflectance and shape properties of surfaces. To this end, we manipulated the availability of (i) motion-induced information (static vs. dynamic presentation), (ii) disparity… CONTINUE READING
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