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Perception. 1985;14(1):41-8.

What is perceived when two images are combined?

Abstract

When two images are combined three perceptual outcomes are possible. One, they can be perceived as they are--separate and independent images. Two, they can become perceptually fused into a new image. Three, one image may dominate, or mask, the other. These possibilities are demonstrated with a variety of images and it is proposed that it is their spatial correlation rather than their spatial frequency similarities or differences which is critical in determining the particular outcome.

PMID:
4069934
DOI:
10.1068/p140041
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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