An Experiment on Length Perception with a Virtual Rolling Stone

@inproceedings{Yao2006AnEO,
  title={An Experiment on Length Perception with a Virtual Rolling Stone},
  author={Hsin-Yun Yao and Vincent Hayward},
  year={2006}
}
When an object rolls or slides inside a hand-held tube, a variety of cues are normally available to estimate its location inside the cavity. These cues are related to the dynamics of an object subjected to the laws of physics such as gravity and friction. This may be viewed as a form of sensorymotor coupling which does not involve vision but which links motor output to acoustic and tactile inputs. The theory of sensorymotor contingency posits that humans exploit invariants about the physics of… CONTINUE READING
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