Illumination discrimination in real and simulated scenes

@inproceedings{Radonji2016IlluminationDI,
  title={Illumination discrimination in real and simulated scenes},
  author={Ana Radonji{\'c} and Bradley Pearce and Stacey Aston and Avery Krieger and Hilary Dubin and Nicolas Cottaris and David H. Brainard and Anya C. Hurlbert},
  booktitle={Journal of vision},
  year={2016}
}
Characterizing humans' ability to discriminate changes in illumination provides information about the visual system's representation of the distal stimulus. We have previously shown that humans are able to discriminate illumination changes and that sensitivity to such changes depends on their chromatic direction. Probing illumination discrimination further would be facilitated by the use of computer-graphics simulations, which would, in practice, enable a wider range of stimulus manipulations… CONTINUE READING
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