Efficient visual recalibration from either visual or haptic feedback: the importance of being wrong.

@article{Adams2010EfficientVR,
  title={Efficient visual recalibration from either visual or haptic feedback: the importance of being wrong.},
  author={Wendy J. Adams and Iona S. Kerrigan and Erich W. Graf},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={30 44},
  pages={14745-9}
}
The human visual system adapts to the changing statistics of its environment. For example, the light-from-above prior, an assumption that aids the interpretation of ambiguous shading information, can be modified by haptic (touch) feedback. Here we investigate the mechanisms that drive this adaptive learning. In particular, we ask whether visual information can be as effective as haptics in driving visual recalibration and whether increased information (feedback from multiple modalities) induces… CONTINUE READING
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