Visual speed perception during active and passive self-motion

Summary

This project will study how rotation of an observer affects factors such as speed perception and allocation of attention. It will compare passive rotation on a motion platform with active self-rotation in a virtual reality environment.

Supervisor(s)

Professor David Alais

Research Location

School of Psychology

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

This project will study how rotation of an observer affects factors such as speed perception and allocation of attention. It will compare passive rotation on a motion platform with active self-rotation in a virtual reality environment.

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Keywords

self-motion, Virtual Reality, motion platform, speed perception, visual perception, motion perception

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2850

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