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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

The luminance of a steadily and uniformly illuminated field when its brightness matches that of the highest value of the maxima, Bmax, and minima, Bmin, in a spatial sine-wave distribution with 50% modulation and a maximum of 3.0 cd/m2 average luminance as a function of the frequency of its sinusoidally variation in time. The different curves represent 0.0095 (continuous curves—filled circles), 0.0195 (dashed curves—open circles), 0.0390 (dot-dashed curves—filled triangles), 0.0775 (dot-dot-dashed curves—open triangles), 0.1289 lines/min of arc (dotted curves—crosses). The data refer to subject OB and a 2-mm artificial pupil.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

The peak-to-peak luminance difference ΔB from Fig. 1 as a function of temporal frequency f. The ΔB values are normalized to 1.0 for f = 0. Same notations as in Fig. 1 are used.