Foreword 8(2)
David Hubel
Preface 10(1)
Acknowledgments 11(1)
1 Light
12(12)
2 The Eye and the Brain
24(6)
3 Luminance (or Value)
30(8)
4 Color
38(10)
5 Contrast (Surround Effects)
48(14)
6 Surround Effects in Color
62(16)
7 Acuity and Spatial Resolution
78(16)
8 Acuity and Color
94(24)
9 Where vs. What
118(10)
10 Special Effects of Equiluminant Colors and Illusions of Motion
128(18)
11 How Can a 2-D Image of a 3-D Scene Look 3-D? Shading
146(26)
12 How Can a 2-D Image of a 3-D Scene Look 3-D? Perspective
172(8)
13 How Can Two 2-D Images of a 3-D Scene Look 3-D? Stereopsis
180(14)
14 Local vs. Global
194(8)
15 Faces
202(8)
16 Television, Movies, and Computer Graphics
210(10)
17 Talent, Music, and Learning Disabilities
220(14)
Further Reading 234(1)
Index 235(5)
Credits 240