Comparison of cube rotations around axes inclined relative to the environment or to the cube.

Observers judged whether 2 successive computer-displayed rotations of a cube were the same or different. With respect to the observers, each rotation was about a vertical axis (Y), a horizontal (line-of-sight) axis (Z), an axis tilted just 10 degrees from vertical or horizontal, or a maximally oblique axis. Independently, with respect to the cube, each… CONTINUE READING