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Is your visual phenomenon/threshold determined at a low level or a high level?
 
Is your visual phenomenon/threshold determined at a low level or a high level?
  
-Show something is high-level by
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-Show something is high-level by <BR>
 
&bull;  not affected much by equiluminance, 2nd-order <br>
 
&bull;  not affected much by equiluminance, 2nd-order <br>
 
&bull;  dichoptic same <br>
 
&bull;  dichoptic same <br>

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Is your visual phenomenon/threshold determined at a low level or a high level?

-Show something is high-level by
• not affected much by equiluminance, 2nd-order
• dichoptic same
• not affected much by contrast
• benefits from mobile computation even with large steps
• masking?
• has both temporal freq and rps limit?

• temp freq limit reflects low-level or can be gated by color attention? (e.g. Fujisaki & NIshida A/V)