Abstract

Vertical and horizontal equiluminance gratings (red–green and blue–yellow at 1 or 3 cycles per degree) act independently in contrast-threshold measurements. This suggests that detection of such patterns takes place in color-sensitive neural structures with orientational specificity.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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