Integration of visual and inertial cues in perceived heading of self-motion.

@article{Winkel2010IntegrationOV,
  title={Integration of visual and inertial cues in perceived heading of self-motion.},
  author={Ksander N de Winkel and Jeroen Weesie and Peter J. Werkhoven and Eric L. Groen},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 12},
  pages={1}
}
In the present study, we investigated whether the perception of heading of linear self-motion can be explained by Maximum Likelihood Integration (MLI) of visual and non-visual sensory cues. MLI predicts smaller variance for multisensory judgments compared to unisensory judgments. Nine participants were exposed to visual, inertial, or visual-inertial motion conditions in a moving base simulator, capable of accelerating along a horizontal linear track with variable heading. Visual random-dot… CONTINUE READING

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