Illusory Tactile Motion Perception: An Analog of the Visual Filehne Illusion

@inproceedings{Moscatelli2015IllusoryTM,
  title={Illusory Tactile Motion Perception: An Analog of the Visual Filehne Illusion},
  author={Alessandro Moscatelli and Vincent Hayward and Mark Wexler and Marc O. Ernst},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
We continually move our body and our eyes when exploring the world, causing our sensory surfaces, the skin and the retina, to move relative to external objects. In order to estimate object motion consistently, an ideal observer would transform estimates of motion acquired from the sensory surface into fixed, world-centered estimates, by taking the motion of the sensor into account. This ability is referred to as spatial constancy. Human vision does not follow this rule strictly and is therefore… CONTINUE READING
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