Detection of collision events on curved trajectories: optical information from invariant rate-of-bearing change.

@article{Ni2008DetectionOC,
  title={Detection of collision events on curved trajectories: optical information from invariant rate-of-bearing change.},
  author={Rui Ni and George J. Andersen},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={2008},
  volume={70 7},
  pages={1314-24}
}
Previous research (Andersen & Kim, 2001) has shown that a linear trajectory collision event (i.e., a collision between a moving object and an observer) is specified by objects that expand and maintain a constant bearing (the object location remains constant in the visual field). In the present study, we examined the optical information for detecting a collision event when the trajectory was of constant curvature. Under these conditions, a collision event is specified by expansion of an object… CONTINUE READING
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