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2018-08-27

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Bo-Wen Wu, Yi-Chin Fang

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This study was developed based on the lateral inhibition effect and the Mach band effect. In the study, various human vision experiments involving blurred circular 3D images of different shapes were conducted under fixed brightness and contrast, and the results of those experiments are described in detail herein, with each type of display and each shape considered and discussed separately. The results show that although the maximum values of the contrast sensitivity function curves of the various displays were different, they showed minimal variations. With changes in spatial frequency, the degree of diminution of the different lines was also minimal. However, since the shape at the intersection of the contour was modified by the Mach band effect, a greater degree of variation was generated. In addition, as the Gaussian blur was increased at the intersection of the contour lines, its Mach band effect tended to decrease as the corresponding contrast sensitivity function curve changed. Summarizing the results of the various experiments on human visual characteristics, a new visual model was developed to match the model tested with the blurred circular 3D images. This model can be used as a reference for the development of artificial vision systems and technological applications in the future. More... »

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Microsystem Technologies

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