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 Perceiving target disproportion 
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Post Perceiving target disproportion
For example, consider a target that is the size of a giant sequoia, and that has a 10 meter gash along its length. A person could fit inside the gashed space. Could a viewer perceive texture descriptors that don't account for the target's size such as 'dimpled', 'etched', or 'pitted'? That is, a person wouldn't perceive that gashed space with their fingertips in actuality. But, could they when viewing?


Tue Mar 01, 2011 8:11 pm
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Post Re: Perceiving target disproportion
Yep. Also remember that in most cases S2 data is merely 'scaffolding' to gain the fewer more target contact. Don't read too much into the descriptors you have in S2.

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