POLARITY, COLOR & ORIENTATION ATTRIBUTES IN MOTION AND TEXTURE PERCEPTION
Black and white (A) and red and green (B) texton configurations demonstrating texture discrimination based on Polarity (P) or Color (C) and Orientation (O). Notation is the same as above. The new configurations coined P <-> O (Polarity against Orientation) and C <-> O (Color against Orientation) yield competing groupings for P/C and O (along the positive and negative diagonals, respectively).
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The image below was exhibited as part of the collective art exhibition Thresholds: Limits of Perception at the New York Arts Biennial 1997, New York City , N.Y., October 14-25 under the title "Now you see it, now you don't; or don't you?" co-authored by T.V. Papathomas & A. Gorea. The text is “ONE AIM”.
Using the same grouping principles as above, letters "O" and "E" (top) are “carried” by orientation coherence; letters "A" & "M" (bottom) by color coherence and letters "N" (top) & "I" (bottom) by both color and orientation coherence.
Now you see it, now you don’t