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Perceptual interactions in a minimalist virtual environment
Learning to Perceive with a Visuo — Auditory Substitution System: Localisation and Object Recognition with ‘The Voice’
The results showed that participants, through sensorimotor interactions with the perceptual scene while using the hand-held camera, were able to make use of the auditory stimulation to obtain the information necessary for locomotor guidance, localisation, and pointing, as well as for object recognition.
The multisensory perception of flavor
Perception With Compensatory Devices: From Sensory Substitution to Sensorimotor Extension
According to this view, the experience after sensory substitution is a transformation, extension, or augmentation of the authors' perceptual capacities, rather than being something equivalent or reducible to an already existing sensory modality.
The sensory-discriminative and affective-motivational aspects of pain
NAVIG: augmented reality guidance system for the visually impaired
The overall project design and architecture of the NAVIG system is presented and details of a new type of detection and localization device are presented that combines a bio-inspired vision system that can recognize and locate objects very quickly and a 3D sound rendering system that is able to perceptually position a sound at the location of the recognized object.
The attribution of intentionality in a simulated environment : thecase of minimalist devices
- M. Auvray
There is something out there: distal attribution in sensory substitution, twenty years later.
- M. Auvray, S. Hanneton, C. Lenay, K. O’regan
- PsychologyJournal of integrative neuroscience
- 1 December 2005
Sensory substitution constitutes an interesting domain of study to consider the philosopher's classical question of distal attribution: how we can distinguish between a sensation and the perception…
Reading the World through the Skin and Ears: A New Perspective on Sensory Substitution
It is shown why the analogy with reading provides a better explanation of the actual findings, that is, both of the positive results achieved and of the limitations noticed across the field of research on sensory substitution.
Differentiated audio-tactile correspondences in sighted and blind individuals.
- O. Deroy, Irène Fasiello, V. Hayward, M. Auvray
- PsychologyJournal of experimental psychology. Human…
- 7 March 2016
Whether the crossmodal correspondence robustly documented between auditory pitch and visual elevation has analogues in the audio-tactile domain and the origin of the widely discussed association between pitch and vertical elevation are investigated are investigated.