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Abstract Visual patterns can evoke marked, even beautiful motion illusions even if they are static; eye movements in all likelihood serve as temporal modulators. This paper concentrates on Ouchi-type “relative” or “sliding” motion illusions. It outlines an eye-motion-evoked motion-blur...
Abstract Rounded shapes, which have been shown to enhance sweetness, were compared to the perfectly symmetrical Platonic solids. In a first online experiment, participants were presented with a rotating three-dimensional geometric shape (a sphere, the five Platonic solids, and three irregular...
Abstract In recent years, there has been something of an explosion of interest in those artworks and installations that directly foreground the bodily senses. Often referred to as proprioceptive (or prop.) art, the question to be addressed in this narrative historical review is how it should be...
Abstract The 11th-century Arab scholar, Ibn al-Haytham, in his Optics, offers a detailed, rigorous, empirically oriented explanation of distance perception that may be the first essentially modern, scientific theory of distance perception. Based on carefully described experiments, he argues that...
Abstract Induced motion is the illusory motion of a target away from the direction of motion of the unattended background. If it is a result of assigning background motion to self-motion and judging target motion relative to the scene as suggested by the flow parsing hypothesis then the effect...
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