Performance data indicate summation for pictorial depth-cues in slanted surfaces.

@article{Meese2004PerformanceDI,
  title={Performance data indicate summation for pictorial depth-cues in slanted surfaces.},
  author={Tim S. Meese and David J. Holmes},
  journal={Spatial vision},
  year={2004},
  volume={17 1-2},
  pages={127-51}
}
Over recent years much has been learned about the way in which depth cues are combined (e.g. Landy et al.. 1995). The majority of this work has used subjective measures, a rating scale or a point of subjective equality, to deduce the relative contributions of different cues to perception. We have adopted a very different approach by using two interval forced-choice (21FC) performance measures and a signal processing framework. We performed summation experiments for depth cue increment… CONTINUE READING