James M. Hillis

Affiliations: 
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
Color vision, Cue combination, Depth perception
Website:
http://www.knocked-knees.com/
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Patrick J. Bennett research assistant 1995-1997 University of Toronto
Allison B. Sekuler research assistant 1995-1997 University of Toronto
Martin Banks grad student 1997-2002 UC Berkeley
 (Issues in binocular vision: The stability of corresponding points and the stereoscopic perception of surface slant.)
David H. Brainard post-doc 2002-2005 Penn
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Mercier O, Sulai Y, Mackenzie K, et al. (2017) Fast gaze-contingent optimal decompositions for multifocal displays Acm Transactions On Graphics. 36: 1-15
Love S, Hillis JM, Waadeland C, et al. (2010) How audio and visual cues combine to discriminate tempo of swing groove drumming Journal of Vision. 7: 870-870
Banks M, Vlaskamp B, Hillis J, et al. (2010) Stereopsis at isoluminance Journal of Vision. 7: 806-806
Hillis JM, Brainard DH. (2010) Lightness constancy in shadows: Evidence for high level inference Journal of Vision. 6: 709-709
Backus BT, Hillis JM, Frumkin J, et al. (2010) Early temporal dynamics of cue combination for slant from stereo and texture Journal of Vision. 5: 400-400
Schreiber KM, Hillis JM, Filippini HR, et al. (2008) The surface of the empirical horopter. Journal of Vision. 8: 7.1-20
Hillis JM, Brainard DH. (2007) Distinct mechanisms mediate visual detection and identification. Current Biology : Cb. 17: 1714-9
Abrams AB, Hillis JM, Brainard DH. (2007) The relation between color discrimination and color constancy: when is optimal adaptation task dependent? Neural Computation. 19: 2610-37
Hillis JM, Brainard DH. (2007) Do common mechanisms of adaptation mediate color discrimination and appearance? Contrast adaptation. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 24: 2122-33
Hillis JM, Brainard DH. (2005) Do common mechanisms of adaptation mediate color discrimination and appearance? Uniform backgrounds. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 22: 2090-106
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