Eye fixations near corners: evidence for a centre of gravity calculation based on contrast, rather than luminance or curvature.

@article{Guez1994EyeFN,
  title={Eye fixations near corners: evidence for a centre of gravity calculation based on contrast, rather than luminance or curvature.},
  author={J. E. Guez and Philippe Marchal and J-F Le Gargasson and Yvon Grall and J. Kevin O'Regan},
  journal={Vision research},
  year={1994},
  volume={34 12},
  pages={1625-35}
}
Subjects scanned line drawings of polygons in order to count the number of corners. The positions their eyes fixated were studied as a function of the size of the angle and whether the apex of the angle was present or absent. The results showed that the eyes tended to land at a position near the centre of gravity of the corner configurations. The observed… CONTINUE READING