Eric J. Egan

Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
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Flip Phillips research assistant Skidmore College
William H. Warren research assistant Brown
James Thames Todd grad student 2014 Ohio State
 (The Role of Illumination Direction on the Perception of Three Dimensional Shape from Shading.)
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Todd JT, Egan EJ, Kallie CS. (2015) The darker-is-deeper heuristic for the perception of 3D shape from shading: Is it perceptually or ecologically valid? Journal of Vision. 15: 2
Egan E, Todd J, Kallie C. (2015) The Effects of Smooth Occlusions and Directions of illumination on the Visual Perception of 3D Shape from Shading. Journal of Vision. 15: 966
Kallie C, Egan E, Todd J. (2015) Local Surface Patch Classification Using Multilinear PCA+LDA on High-Order Image Structures Compared to Human Observers. Journal of Vision. 15: 734
Phillips F, Natter MB, Egan EJ. (2015) Magically deceptive biological motion-the French Drop Sleight. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 371
Egan EJ, Todd JT. (2015) The effects of smooth occlusions and directions of illumination on the visual perception of 3-D shape from shading. Journal of Vision. 15
Todd JT, Egan EJ, Phillips F. (2014) Is the perception of 3D shape from shading based on assumed reflectance and illumination? I-Perception. 5: 497-514
Kallie CS, Egan E, Todd JT. (2014) Perception of Local Surface Patches Using Shape From Shading Journal of Vision. 14: 724-724
Egan E, Kallie CS, Todd JT. (2014) The perceptual matching of local surface orientation based on shape from shading Journal of Vision. 14: 723-723
Egan E, Todd JT. (2013) The role of smooth occlusions in the perception of 3D shape from shading Journal of Vision. 13: 260-260
Todd J, Egan E. (2012) The perception of shape from shading for Lambertian surfaces and range images Journal of Vision. 12: 281-281
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