The perception of gloss depends on highlight congruence with surface shading.

@article{Kim2011ThePO,
  title={The perception of gloss depends on highlight congruence with surface shading.},
  author={Juno Kim and Phillip J. Marlow and Barton L. Anderson},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 9}
}
Studies have shown that displacing specular highlights from their natural locations in images reduces perceived surface gloss. Here, we assessed the extent to which perceived gloss depends on congruence in the position and orientation of specular highlights relative to surface shape and the diffuse shading from which surface shape is recovered. The position and orientation congruence of specular highlights with diffuse shading was altered while preserving their compatibility with physical… CONTINUE READING

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