Griffiths A F, Zaidi Q, 1998, "Rigid objects that appear to bend" Perception 27(7) 799 – 802
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Rigid objects that appear to bend
A Fuzz Griffiths, Qasim Zaidi
Received 1 April 1998, in revised form 10 June 1998
Abstract. Simple rigid objects are presented that appear to bend when viewed from certain angles. These illusions illustrate that perspective information is used by the stereo system, that projective distortions can override rigidity constraints in motion perception, and that touch only corrects the illusion for a local region.
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