Eyes and Glass Curtains: Visual Accomodation, the Mandelbaum Effect, and Apparent Size:

@inproceedings{Benel1980EyesAG,
  title={Eyes and Glass Curtains: Visual Accomodation, the Mandelbaum Effect, and Apparent Size:},
  author={Russell A. Benel},
  year={1980}
}
During vehicle operation visual acquisition of information frequently occurs through an interposed surface, e.g., a windscreen. Then the eye may focus either the windscreen or the distant object. Circumstances have been documented where the interposed surface provides a more or less obligatory stimulus to accommodation. The apparent size of an object has been shown to relate to accommodation distance. These experiments investigated the relationship between the trapping of accommodation at a… CONTINUE READING