Figure coherence in the kinetic depth effect.

  title={Figure coherence in the kinetic depth effect.},
  author={Bert F. Green},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology},
  • Bert F. Green
  • Published 1961 in Journal of experimental psychology
When an observer views the twodimensional (2-D) projection, e.g., shadow, of a moving three-dimensional (3-D) object, he usually perceives the shadow pattern as a form with depth. This has been called the Kinetic Depth Effect (KDE). Wallach and O'Connell (1953) concluded that an essential condition for the occurrence of the KDE seemed to be contours or… CONTINUE READING