Human Visual System
The Human Visual System (HVS) is a key part of the rendering pipeline. The human eye is only capable of sensing image detail in a 2 foveal region, relying on rapid eye movements, or saccades, to jump between points of interest.
The human visual system is a signal processing system with extremely high performance. Information about our natural environment is extracted from the enormous quantity of visual information. A general vision system is considered to be able to process visual sensory information to interpret the physical surrounding. The human visual system is a very well adapted example of a general vision system.
| The human visual system
interconnected machinery that
integration of information across
integration becomes possible by
data, most importantly
body motion) and
reflected in Gestalt principles
| is a highly
acquires its stability through
modalities and time frames. This
utilizing regularities in visual
motion (especially rigid
such as collinearity.
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