Simulation of artificial vision, III: do the spatial or temporal characteristics of stimulus pixelization really matter?

@article{Fornos2005SimulationOA,
  title={Simulation of artificial vision, III: do the spatial or temporal characteristics of stimulus pixelization really matter?},
  author={Angelica Perez Fornos and Joerg Sommerhalder and Benjamin Rappaz and Avinoam B. Safran and M. Pelizzone},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2005},
  volume={46 10},
  pages={3906-12}
}
PURPOSE In preceding studies, simulations of artificial vision were used to determine the basic parameters for visual prostheses to restore useful reading abilities. These simulations were based on a simplified procedure to reduce stimuli information content by preprocessing images with a block-averaging algorithm (square pixelization). In the present study, how such a simplified algorithm affects reading performance was examined. METHODS Five to six volunteers with normal vision were asked… CONTINUE READING
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