Consistent stereoscopic information increases the perceived speed of vection in depth.

@article{Palmisano2002ConsistentSI,
  title={Consistent stereoscopic information increases the perceived speed of vection in depth.},
  author={Stephen A. Palmisano},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2002},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={463-80}
}
Previous research found that adding stereoscopic information to radially expanding optic flow decreased vection onsets and increased vection durations (Palmisano, 1996 Perception & Psychophysics 58 1168-1176). In the current experiments, stereoscopic cues were also found to increase perceptions of vection speed and self-displacement during vection in depth--but only when these cues were consistent with monocularly available information about self-motion. Stereoscopic information did not appear… CONTINUE READING

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