VSJ – October 2015 – A Visual Cortex Model software package for evaluating the conspicuity of objects

Chris Stone FIAP presents an interesting article on a system which enables a user to determine how conspicuous an object would be when placed in a particular location, thus facilitating the optimum positioning of items such as road signs or railway signals. The software lets the user manipulate images of an object in a scene and then uses a computational model of human visual processing to derive measures of conspicuity for the object in various potential locations, allowing the user to choose the position where the sign/signal can be most effective.

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