Silvia-Dana Marin

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Vection is defined as the visually induced illusion of self motion [Fischer and Kornmüller 1930]. Previous research has suggested that linear vection (the illusion of self-translation) is harder to achieve than circular vection (the illusion of self-rotation) in both laboratory settings (typically using 2D stimuli such as black and white stripes)(More)
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