hardmaru: Why is it that we can recognize objects from line drawings, even though they don't exist in the real world?
A fascinating paper by Aaron Hertzmann hypothesizes that we perceive line drawings as if they were approximate, realistic renderings of 3D scenes.
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Aaron Hertzmann: Why are we so good at understanding line drawings, even though they are not part of the natural world? My new paper proposes an answer to this age-old question.
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Found on Apr 17 2020 at https://arxiv.org/pdf/2002.06260.pdf