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1 CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Human Visual System Computer Vision I CSE 252a Lecture 2 CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Announcements Assignment 0: “ Getting Started with Matlab ” is posted to the web page, due next Tuesday. CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Kepler Kepler, 1604 Eye as an optical instrument Image is inverted on retina First such experiment by Scheiner, 1625 CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Ways to study human vision 1. Physiologically 2. Phenomenological/Psychophysical 3. Cellular recordings 4. Functional MRI 5. Computational modelling CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Physiological level CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I What does this do? Can we readily understand whole from understanding pieces?
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2 CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Ways to study human vision 1. Physiologically 2. Phenomenological/Psychophysical 3. Cellular recordings 4. Functional MRI 5. Computational modelling CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Psychophysical Testing of Subjects CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Example: Show gratings w/ different spatial frequencies CSE252a, Fall 2010 Computer Vision I Gradients/Motion Look Here
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