Path Curvature Discrimination: Dependence on Gaze Direction and Optical Flow Speed

@inproceedings{Authi2012PathCD,
  title={Path Curvature Discrimination: Dependence on Gaze Direction and Optical Flow Speed},
  author={Colas N. Authi{\'e} and Daniel R. Mestre},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Many experimental approaches to the control of steering rely on the tangent point (TP) as major source of information. The TP is a good candidate to control self-motion. It corresponds to a singular and salient point in the subject's visual field, and its location depends on the road geometry, the direction of self-motion relative to the road and the position of the driver on the road. However, the particular status of the TP in the optical flow, as a local minimum of flow speed, has often been… CONTINUE READING
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