Subject Areas on Research
- A halo visual illusion.
- A simple design for an impossible triangle.
- An empirical explanation of the Chubb illusion.
- An empirical explanation of the cornsweet effect.
- Comparison of Bayesian and empirical ranking approaches to visual perception.
- Illusory motion reversal in tune with motion detectors.
- Natural-scene geometry predicts the perception of angles and line orientation.
- Optical images of visible and invisible percepts in the primary visual cortex of primates.
- Perceiving the intensity of light.
- Shifts in the population response in the middle temporal visual area parallel perceptual and motor illusions produced by apparent motion.
- Size contrast and assimilation explained by the statistics of natural scene geometry.
- Spectral statistics in natural scenes predict hue, saturation, and brightness.
- The Müller-Lyer illusion explained by the statistics of image-source relationships.
- The Poggendorff illusion explained by natural scene geometry.
- The statistical structure of natural light patterns determines perceived light intensity.
- The wagon wheel illusion in movies and reality.
- The wagon-wheel illusion in continuous light.