How to tell circles from ellipses: perceiving the regularity of simple shapes
Human observers achieve a surprising precision in many visual judgements, such as estimating relative position, colinearity and the regularity of shape. We measured the sensitivity in detecting shape deformations by presenting a square simultaneously with a rectangle of variable aspect ratio, or a circle with an ellipsoid. Weber fractions approach 3-5% and improve to approximately 1% when subjects are asked to tell which of the two objects was 'oriented more vertically', instead of identifying...[Show more]
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