Accession Number : ADA327724
Title : The Influence of Stroboscopic Auditory Stimuli on Visual Apparent Motion Perception.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Oct 89-Nov 95,
Corporate Author : ARMSTRONG LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH CREW SYSTEMS DIRECTORATE
Personal Author(s) : Haas, Michael W.
PDF Url : ADA327724
Report Date : NOV 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 249
Abstract : The influence of moving auditory stimuli on visual apparent motion perception was empirically investigated. The experiments investigated perceptual organization of visual stimuli driven by inter-stimulus interval (ISI) and angular extent in the presence of moving and non-moving auditory stimuli. Characteristics of, and refinements to, a new model of visual-auditory apparent motion perception are described. Dynamic characteristics of an auditory localizer, which was used in a large portion of the work, were evaluated to assess the ability to generalize the experimental results to other conditions.
Descriptors : *VISUAL PERCEPTION, *STIMULI, *AUDITORY PERCEPTION, *BIONICS, *STROBOSCOPES, NEURAL NETS, MODELS, DYNAMICS, MANUAL OPERATION, MAN COMPUTER INTERFACE, DIGITAL COMPUTERS, VIRTUAL REALITY, VISUAL TARGETS, ANGULAR MOTION, MOTION PICTURES.
Subject Categories : Anatomy and Physiology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE