So much noise. A method for creating a variety of pseudo-random `noisy’ stimuli that possess several useful statistical and phenomenal features for psychophysical experimentation is outlined. These stimuli are derived from a pseudo-periodic function known as multidimensional noise…. Read More
One of the things I love about using Mathematica is that it helps me better understand the nature of my programming and problem solving. It’s a great tool to help make sense of problems, see your errors, verify… Read More
Curvature field calculations for a random noisy shape. Colors represent magnitude of curvature. Iso-contours also shown in lovely pink.
Hairy elongated noisy stimulus. The lines are surface normals, sampled across the object. They are generated using a continuous random method (sometimes called ‘noise’) and were used to test symmetry perception in 3D shape. … Read More
A stimulus, # 13, otherwise known as ‘golden boy’ Colors indicate mapping of under- and over-sculpt from a shape production experiment where we had artists and non-artists reproduce shapes using only vision, touch, or some combination of both… Read More
Statistical distribution of shape on a 3D object. A bell pepper from Norman et al. Each color represents a class of shape ala Koenderink’s “Shape Index”. The histogram below shows the distribution along with a key to the… Read More