Top-Down and Multi-Modal Influences on Self-Motion Perception in Virtual Reality

@inproceedings{Riecke2005TopDownAM,
  title={Top-Down and Multi-Modal Influences on Self-Motion Perception in Virtual Reality},
  author={Bernhard E. Riecke and Daniel V{\"a}stfj{\"a}ll and Pontus Larsson and J{\"o}rg Schulte-Pelkum},
  year={2005}
}
INTRODUCTION: Much of the work on self-motion perception and simulation has investigated the contribution of physical stimulus properties (so-called “bottom-up” factors). This paper provides an overview of recent experiments demonstrating that illusory self-motion perception can also benefit from “top-down” mechanisms, e.g. expectations, the interpretation and meaning associated with the stimulus, and the resulting spatial presence in the simulated environment. METHODS: Several VR setups were… CONTINUE READING

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