The Global Structure of Visual Space (Google eBook)
Annotation - Most studies of visual perception, such as illusion, perception of solid objects and colors, etc., are concerned with local phenomena in this visual space. In contrast, this book focuses on the global structure inherent in our visual space- Developments in the Structure of Visual Space is summarized in the book. Moreover, the idea is discussed with regard to our visual space under more natural conditions- The book will be of interest to scientists and engineers in various fields who are interested in human vision and to artists who are interested in the scientific understanding of seeing- This book includes many illustrations- All mathematical tools are explained from the beginning, so it is still readable to those who are not familiar with Riemannian geometry- The backgrounds of experimentation are described in detail, so it is also readable to those who are unfamiliar with experiments on visual perception
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