Difference of visual perception performance in detection of imminent collision events in stereo and non-stereo viewing conditions

@article{Zhao2014DifferenceOV,
  title={Difference of visual perception performance in detection of imminent collision events in stereo and non-stereo viewing conditions},
  author={Ya Zhao and Yanyu Lu and Dan Huang and Shan Fu},
  journal={2014 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO 2014)},
  year={2014},
  pages={665-670}
}
Previous research [1] has shown that, in a nonstereo viewing condition, a circular trajectory collision event (i.e. a collision between a moving object and an observer) is specified by expansion of an object and a constant rate-of-bearing (angular direction or position in the flow field) change. In the present study, we examined the optical information for detecting an imminent collision event in stereo and non-stereo viewing condition, respectively. Under these conditions, the detection… CONTINUE READING