Surface reflectance and motion characteristics affect perceived bumpiness of 3D-rotating objects

Dövencioğlu, Nahide Dicle
Ben-Shahar, Ohad
Wijntjes, Maarten W. A.
Doerschner, Katja


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N. D. Dövencioğlu, O. Ben-Shahar, M. W. A. Wijntjes, and K. Doerschner, “Surface reflectance and motion characteristics affect perceived bumpiness of 3D-rotating objects,” PERCEPTION, pp. 85–86, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: