The Honeycomb illusion: Uniform textures not perceived as such (iPerception 2016)

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Description: Bertamini, M. Herzog, M.H. & Bruno, N. (2016). The Honeycomb illusion: Uniform textures not perceived as such. i-Perception, 7, 4.

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Abstract. In certain textured patterns, texture is perceived differently at fixation in comparison to the periphery, such that a physically uniform stimulus yields a non-uniform percept. We call this the Honeycomb illusion and we discuss it in relation to the extinction illusion (Ninio & Stevens, 2000). The effect remains strong despite multiple fixations, dynamic changes, or manipulations of size...

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