Body-centric and world-centric components of the large-scale horizontal-vertical illusion


In the classic horizontal vertical illusion (HVI), vertical lines appear 5-6% longer than horizontal lines. However, in outdoor scenes vertical poles of several meters appear as much as 25% longer than frontal ground extents. This large-scale HVI is consistent with angular scale expansion theory (Durgin & Li, 2011). It is known that the classic HVI is yoked… (More)


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