The (In)Effectiveness of Simulated Blur for Depth Perception in Naturalistic Images

Abstract

We examine depth perception in images of real scenes with naturalistic variation in pictorial depth cues, simulated dioptric blur and binocular disparity. Light field photographs of natural scenes were taken with a Lytro plenoptic camera that simultaneously captures images at up to 12 focal planes. When accommodation at any given plane was simulated, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0140230

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