Test of balanced transparency.


It is implicitly or explicitly assumed in current transparency models that all the parts of a completely transparent surface have the same perceived degree of transparency. In general, the two experiments reported here have shown that this assumption is false. Consequently, any general transparency equation based on this assumption is unjustified. Separate… (More)

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@article{Fukuda1994TestOB, title={Test of balanced transparency.}, author={Megumu Fukuda and Sergio Cesare Masin}, journal={Perception}, year={1994}, volume={23 1}, pages={37-43} }