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APGV
2004
ACM
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The effects of head-mounted display mechanics on distance judgments in virtual environments
In virtual environments that use head-mounted displays (HMD), distance judgments to targets on the ground are compressed, at least when indicated through visually-directed walking...
Peter Willemsen, Mark B. Colton, Sarah H. Creem-Re...
APGV
2004
ACM
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An experimental approach to predicting saliency for simplified polygonal models
In this paper, we consider the problem of determining feature saliency for 3D objects and describe a series of experiments that examined if salient features exist and can be predi...
Sarah Howlett, John Hamill, Carol O'Sullivan
APGV
2004
ACM
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Visual motion influences locomotion in a treadmill virtual environment
Betty J. Mohler, William B. Thompson, Sarah H. Cre...
APGV
2004
ACM
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What do reflections tell us about the shape of a mirror?
Silvio Savarese, Fei-Fei Li 0002, Pietro Perona
APGV
2004
ACM
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Perceiving translucent materials
Many common materials, including fruit, wax and human skin, are somewhat translucent. What makes an object look translucent or opaque? Here we use a recently developed computer gr...
Roland W. Fleming, Henrik Wann Jensen, Heinrich H....
APGV
2004
ACM
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Effects of rendering on shape perception in automobile design
The goal of this project was to determine if advanced rendering methods such as global illumination allow more accurate discrimination of shape differences than standard rendering...
James A. Ferwerda, Stephen H. Westin, Randall C. S...
APGV
2004
ACM
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Conveying three-dimensional shape with texture
Studies have shown that although shading can give an image a ”natural” look and is an important shape cue, visual perception of surface shape from shading only is severely lim...
Sunghee Kim, Haleh Hagh-Shenas, Victoria Interrant...
APGV
2004
ACM
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Towards perceptually realistic talking heads: models, methods and McGurk
Motivated by the need for an informative, unbiased and quantitative perceptual method for the development and evaluation of a talking head we are developing, we propose a new test...
Darren Cosker, Susan Paddock, A. David Marshall, P...
APGV
2004
ACM
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Second order image statistics in computer graphics
The class of all natural images is an extremely small fraction of all possible images. Some of the structure of natural images can be modeled statistically, revealing striking reg...
Erik Reinhard, Peter Shirley, Michael Ashikhmin, T...
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