Whole-motion model of perception during forward- and backward-facing centrifuge runs.

@article{Holly2008WholemotionMO,
  title={Whole-motion model of perception during forward- and backward-facing centrifuge runs.},
  author={Jan E. Holly and Artūrs Vrubļevskis and Lindsay E. Carlson},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  year={2008},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={
          171-86
        }
}
Illusory perceptions of motion and orientation arise during human centrifuge runs without vision. Asymmetries have been found between acceleration and deceleration, and between forward-facing and backward-facing runs. Perceived roll tilt has been studied extensively during upright fixed-carriage centrifuge runs, and other components have been studied to a lesser extent. Certain, but not all, perceptual asymmetries in acceleration-vs-deceleration and forward-vs-backward motion can be explained… CONTINUE READING

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