Confinement has no effect on visual space perception: The results of the Mars-500 experiment.

Abstract

People confined to a closed space live in a visual environment that differs from a natural open-space environment in several respects. The view is restricted to no more than a few meters, and nearby objects cannot be perceived relative to the position of a horizon. Thus, one might expect to find changes in visual space perception as a consequence of the… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13414-013-0594-y

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