Scene exploration with Fourier-filtered peripheral information.

@article{Diepen1998SceneEW,
  title={Scene exploration with Fourier-filtered peripheral information.},
  author={P M van Diepen and Martien Wampers},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1998},
  volume={27 10},
  pages={1141-51}
}
In a previous moving-window study it was found that scene exploration benefits more from peripheral information of high spatial frequency than of low spatial frequency. In the present study, degraded versions of realistic scenes were presented peripherally during the initial 150 ms of fixations, while the undegraded scene was presented foveally. The undegraded version of the scene was visible both foveally and peripherally during the later part of fixations. During the initial 150 ms, the… CONTINUE READING

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