Does the brain know the physics of specular reflection?


IMAGES of artificial and natural scenes typically contain many highlights generated by mirror-like reflection from glossy surfaces. Until recently, computational models of visual processes have tended to regard highlights as obscuring the structure of the underlying scene. The truth is that, on the contrary, highlights are rich in local geometric… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/343165a0


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