Trade-off between achromatic colour and perceived illumination as revealed by the use of pseudoscopic inversion of apparent depth.

@article{Logvinenko1994TradeoffBA,
  title={Trade-off between achromatic colour and perceived illumination as revealed by the use of pseudoscopic inversion of apparent depth.},
  author={Alexander D. Logvinenko and G Menshikova},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1994},
  volume={23 9},
  pages={1007-23}
}
The albedo hypothesis was tested under apparent transformations of perceived illumination and achromatic colour induced by pseudoscopic inversion of apparent depth. Looking through a pseudoscope made a cone attached to a vertical white screen look like a conical hole in the screen. This in turn caused the shadow which the now 'invisible' cone cast on the screen to change its appearance and to look like a darkly pigmented area. The darkness of the shadow before the pseudoscopic reversal and… CONTINUE READING

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