The Perception and Content of Cast Shadows: An Interdisciplinary Review

@article{Dee2011ThePA,
  title={The Perception and Content of Cast Shadows: An Interdisciplinary Review},
  author={Hannah M. Dee and Paulo E. Santos},
  journal={Spatial Cognition & Computation},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={226-253}
}
Recently, psychologists have turned their attention to the study of cast shadows and demonstrated that the human perceptual system values information from shadows very highly in the perception of spatial qualities, sometimes to the detriment of other cues. However with some notable and recent exceptions, computer vision systems treat cast shadows not as signal but as noise. This paper provides a concise yet comprehensive review of the literature on cast shadow perception from across the… CONTINUE READING
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