DOI: 10.3390/coatings14010057 ISSN: 2079-6412

A Study of Visual Perception Based on Color and Texture of Reconstituted Decorative Veneer

Ting Huang, Chengmin Zhou, Xiaomeng Wang, Jake Kaner
  • Materials Chemistry
  • Surfaces, Coatings and Films
  • Surfaces and Interfaces

Color and texture, as vital physical attributes of recombinant decorative thin wood, represent the initial visual information perceived by the human eye. These elements play a crucial role in shaping the human viewing experience. This paper centers on the user’s visual perception of recombinant decorative thin wood and is divided into two main sections: the extraction and analysis of color and texture features, and experimental research evaluating combinations of color and texture. The experiments yielded conclusions indicating that the design of color and texture significantly influences objective eye movement data. Specific findings include: (1) The gaze duration, gaze counts, and hotspot maps of the subjects consistently demonstrate high agreement across the three eye movement indicators. Notably, a significant difference is observed between gaze indicators and color blending modes. (2) Asymmetric oblique blending and high-brightness circumferential blending tend to attract subjects’ eye attention more effectively. These color groups are characterized by transparent layers, increased brightness, and a pronounced visual impact. Such features enhance the design effect of the texture, highlighting its layers.

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