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Poster Session D

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

D81

Exploring and explaining properties of motion processing in biological brains using a neural network

Rideaux, Reuben

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D82

Dynamic presentation boosts the Ebbinghaus illusion but eliminates simultaneous contrast and Muller-lyer

Takao, Saki

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D83

A motion-energy-based optimization method for generating an image sequence causing four-stroke apparent motion illusion

Kawabe, Takahiro

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D84

Adaptation to an illusory aspect ratio distorted by motion patches in a deformation vector field

Nakada, Hoko

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D85

The flash grab effect into the blind spot

Murakami, Ikuya

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D87

Metacognitive adaptation revealed in serial dependence of visual confidence judgments

Ng, Leo C. H.

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D88

The effect of high fps on vision in visual presentation under active motion

Furukawa, Masahiro

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D89

Differences in virtual and physical head orientation predict sickness during head-mounted display based virtual reality

Palmisano, Stephen

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D90

Creation of a new vection total index calculated by new individual models of latency, duration and magnitude of vection.

Iida, Ryo

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D91

Comparison of the features of visual vection with those of cutaneous vection

Murata, Kayoko

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D92

Stimulus meaning can alter vection strength

Jiang, Moyou

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D93

Subjective colorfulness and preferred color facilitate vection.

Yu, Lu

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D94

A picture book that causes vection and that ratings.

Aoki, Takuya

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D95

Three vection studies from a view point of multimedia

Na, Hua

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D96

Correlation analyses between various aspects of human life and vection strength

Seno, Takeharu

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1