Active regulation of altitude as a function of optical texture.

@article{Flach1992ActiveRO,
  title={Active regulation of altitude as a function of optical texture.},
  author={John M. Flach and Brad Hagen and John F. Larish},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1992},
  volume={51 6},
  pages={557-68}
}
Two empirical studies are reported that examine active regulation of altitude as a function of the type of ground texture. Three ground textures were examined: lines perpendicular to the direction of motion, lines parallel to the direction of motion, and the combination (i.e., square or checkerboard texture). Although subjects only controlled altitude, disturbances were introduced on three axes: vertical, lateral, and fore-aft. The results show a clear advantage for texture parallel to the… CONTINUE READING

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