Browsing by Author "Perrone, John A."

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  • Aspects of hens’ visual behaviour

    Weavers, Richard (The University of Waikato, 2000)
    Five experiments were conducted to examine different aspects of hens’ visual behaviour, and to assess whether hens respond to slide images in the same way as they respond to real conspecifics that those slides depict. ...
  • Human visual-vestibular interaction during curvilinear motion in VR

    Garnett, Aden C. (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    When people move through the world they use retinal image motion to form an estimate of self-motion, although how this is achieved is not yet fully understood. Furthermore, the process is not fool-proof and many conditions ...
  • An analysis of perceptual errors in perspective displays

    Luther, Rebecca E. (The University of Waikato, 2004)
    Display dimensionality 1s one of the most debated issues m the design of cockpit-based displays of air traffic information. Many practitioners agree that presenting air traffic information on an integrated 30 display is ...
  • The effects of shadow presence on visual object-recognition

    Etheredge, Richard (The University of Waikato, 2004)
    Shadows provide valuable cues for many aspects of visual perception. This thesis discusses the definitions of cast and attached shadows, and the different types of shadow borders that exist. Eight experiments investigated ...
  • An examination of the causes of heading bias in computer simulated self-motion

    Kim, Ruth Susan (The University of Waikato, 2003)
    A series of experiments were devised in order to examine aspects of human visual performance during simulated self-motion. The experimental stimuli were computer simulations of observer translational motion through a 3-D ...

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