Perceived self-motion in two visual contexts: dissociable mechanisms underlie perception.

@article{Wright2006PerceivedSI,
  title={Perceived self-motion in two visual contexts: dissociable mechanisms underlie perception.},
  author={W. Geoffrey Wright and Paul DiZio and James R. Lackner},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 1-2},
  pages={23-8}
}
We evaluated the influence of moving visual scenes and knowledge of spatial and physical context on visually induced self-motion perception in an immersive virtual environment. A sinusoidal, vertically oscillating visual stimulus induced perceptions of self-motion that matched changes in visual acceleration. Subjects reported peaks of perceived self-motion in synchrony with peaks of visual acceleration and opposite in direction to visual scene motion. Spatial context was manipulated by testing… CONTINUE READING
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