Perception of Space and Motion
During the past 25 years, the field of space and motion perception has advanced rapidly. Once thought to be distinct perceptual modes, space and motion are now thought to be closely linked. Perception of Space and Motion provides a comprehensive review of this perception and vision research literature, including new developments on the use of sound and touch in perceiving space and motion. Other topics include the perception of structure from motion, spatial layout, and information obtained in static and dynamic stimulation.
- Hardback | 504 pages
- 165.1 x 241.3 x 25.4mm | 703.06g
- 15 Sep 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- 2nd Revised edition
- references, index
Table of contents
The metatheoretical context, W. Epstein; the perception of spatial layout from static optical information, B. Gillam; perceiving layout and knowing distances - the integration, relative potency, and contextual use of different information about depth, J.E. Cutting and P.M. Vishton; perceiving pictorial space, S. Rogers; visible information about structure from motion, J.S. Lappin; the visual perception of 3-dimensional structure from motion, J.T. Todd; perceiving events, D.R. Profitt and M.K. Kaiser; self-motion - visual perception and visual control, W.H. Warren Jr; ontogenesis of space and motion perception, P.J. Kellman; auditory spatial layout; F.L. Wightman and R. Jenison; dynamic touch, M.T. Turvey and C. Carello.