The effects of smooth occlusions and directions of illumination on the visual perception of 3-D shape from shading.

@article{Egan2015TheEO,
  title={The effects of smooth occlusions and directions of illumination on the visual perception of 3-D shape from shading.},
  author={Eric J. L. Egan and James T. Todd},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 2}
}
Human observers made local orientation judgments of smoothly shaded surfaces illuminated from different directions by large area lights, both with and without visible smooth occlusion contours. Test-retest correlations between the first and second halves of the experiment revealed that observers' judgments were highly reliable, with a residual error of only 2%. Over 88% of the variance between observers' judgments and the simulated objects could be accounted for by an affine correlation, but… CONTINUE READING
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