Quantifying Sense of Depth Towards Visual Texture Using Optics Simulation
This study aims to quantify the sense of depth using optics simulation by the following two steps. First, the relationship between an artifact and the sense of depth was represented using a fishbone diagram, which can clarify for clarifying mutual relationship among the physical properties of the factors related to the sense of depth (i.e. the lightness and the saturation). Second, to determine which factor is affecting the sense of depth and in what proportions, a sensory evaluation experiment was conducted based on Scheffe’s paired comparison and using the evaluation samples made by optical simulation. The results of this experiment indicate the lightness represents an important parameter in the feeling of the sense of depth.
KeywordsSense of depth Texture Quantifying Optical simulation
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