Nice. I actually experimented with this myself, but far less sophisticated (so it seems)Chief Blur Buster wrote:-- I am thinking of eventually writing an online TestUFO motion blur modelling program (TestUFO Motion Blur Modeller/Emulator/Predictor). Much like the custom motion blur modeller in PixPerAn, but modernized for the 21st century reality of faster LCDs and strobe-backlights.
-- This app wouldn't be factoring in things like judder/stutter/temporal aliasing effects/low framerates on strobed, but could theoretically be easily updated to also include blurring/doubleimage effects caused by those effects.
How are you handling the characteristics of the HVS/display the simulation is running on? Are you assuming a 'perfect display' and are you considering slow-mo / increased size to bring frequencies below nyquist or are you including the characteristics in your models (with limitations)?