- Apr 3, 2021
The analogy to audio would be to compare two pictures, the same except that the tint has been very slightly changed on one, or a very small amount of pixel noise added (changing the brightness, say, of each pixel randomly by a small amount). It's MUCH easier to detect this if you can compare the two pictures side by side, instead of looking at one, and then, a few hours later, looking at the other.How about visual memory or is that different?
But, as noted on this thread: https://www.audiosciencereview.com/...alogue-of-blind-tests.8675/page-6#post-837183
I'm no longer interested in this discussion.