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Presentation 2022-11-26 11:30
The effect of the vertical illusory visual oscillation on visual self-motion perception in the horizontal direction
Shinji Nakamura (Nihon Fukushi Univ.)
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(in English) To investigate the effect of the acceleration component of visual stimuli on visually induced self-motion perception (vection), a psychological experiment employing visual stimulus which was composed of a horizontally moving random-dot pattern with a constant speed and convoluted by a vertical periodic oscillatory motion was carried out. There were two styles of the vertical oscillation; one was a real motion in which the dots continuously changed their positions in the space, and the other was an illusory motion in which the dots did not change their positions but had the identical luminance-defined motion energy as the real motion (four stroke apparent motion). The experiment revealed that the visual oscillations induced by the illusory motion had a facilitative effect on vection, although it was significantly weaker than that induced by the real motion.
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(in English) Visually Induced Self-Motion Perception / Visual Oscillation / Four Stroke Apparent Motion / / / / /  
Reference Info. ITE Tech. Rep., vol. 46, pp. 51-54, Nov. 2022.
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Date of Issue 2022-11-18 (HI) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 1342-6893    Online edition: ISSN 2424-1970
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Committee HI VRPSY JSKE  
Conference Date 2022-11-25 - 2022-11-26 
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Place (in English) Kindai Univ. 
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Conference Code 2022-11-HI-VRPSY-JSKE 
Language Japanese 
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Title (in English) The effect of the vertical illusory visual oscillation on visual self-motion perception in the horizontal direction 
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Keyword(1) Visually Induced Self-Motion Perception  
Keyword(2) Visual Oscillation  
Keyword(3) Four Stroke Apparent Motion  
1st Author's Name Shinji Nakamura  
1st Author's Affiliation Nihon Fukushi University (Nihon Fukushi Univ.)
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Date Time 2022-11-26 11:30:00 
Presentation Time 20 minutes 
Registration for VRPSY 
Paper # HI2022-36 
Volume (vol) vol.46 
Number (no) no.38 
Page pp.51-54 
Date of Issue 2022-11-18 (HI) 

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