A classification-images based psychophysical test reveals internal code for blur, published in #PLOSONE


The eye appears adapted to the orientation of the native high order aberration. For the first time, using a classification-images inspired psychophysical paradigm, the orientation of the best perceived blur by subjects has been reveals, matching the orientation of the optical blur. The study, a collaboration between the Visual Optics and Biophotonics Lab and Peli’s lab at the Schepens Eye Research Institute-MEEI (Harvard University) has just been published in PLOS One.

Full reference: Sawides L, Dorronsoro C, Haun AM, Peli E, Marcos S (2013).  Using Pattern Classification to Measure Adaptation to the Orientation of High Order Aberrations. PLoS ONE 8(8): e70856. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0070856

The article has been featured in a CSIC Press Release. Full Press Release (Aug 16, 2013)

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