Vestibular stimulation affects optic-flow sensitivity
Typically, multiple cues can be used to generate a particular percept.Our area of interest is the extent to which humans are able to synergistically combine cues that are generated when moving through an environment. For example, movement through the environment leads to both visual (optic-flow) and vestibular stimulation, and studies have shown that non-human primates are able to combine these cues to generate a more accurate perception of heading than can be obtained with either cue in...[Show more]
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