The role of natural lighting diffuseness in human visual perception


The pattern of the light that falls on the retina is a conflation of real-world sources such as illumination and reflectance. Human observers often contend with the inherent ambiguity of the underlying sources by making assumptions about what real-world sources are most likely. Here we examine whether the visual system’s assumptions about illumination match… (More)
DOI: 10.1117/12.2086258


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