Vestibular coriolis effect differences modeled with three-dimensional linear-angular interactions.

@article{Holly2004VestibularCE,
  title={Vestibular coriolis effect differences modeled with three-dimensional linear-angular interactions.},
  author={Jan E. Holly},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  year={2004},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={
          443-60
        }
}
  • Jan E. Holly
  • Published in
    Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium…
    2004
The vestibular coriolis (or "cross-coupling") effect is traditionally explained by cross-coupled angular vectors, which, however, do not explain the differences in perceptual disturbance under different acceleration conditions. For example, during head roll tilt in a rotating chair, the magnitude of perceptual disturbance is affected by a number of factors, including acceleration or deceleration of the chair rotation or a zero-g environment. Therefore, it has been suggested that linear-angular… CONTINUE READING

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