Effect of stationary objects on illusory forward self-motion induced by a looming display.

Abstract:

:It has previously been shown that when a moving and a stationary display are superimposed, illusory self-rotation (circular vection) is induced only when the moving display appears as the background. Three experiments are reported on the extent to which illusory forward self-motion (forward vection) induced by a looming display is inhibited by a superimposed stationary display as a function of the size and location of the stationary display and of the depth between the stationary and looming displays. Results showed that forward vection was controlled by the display that was perceived as the background, and background stationary displays suppressed forward vection by about the same amount whatever their size and eccentricity. Also, the perception of foreground-background properties of competing displays determined which controlled forward vection, and this control was not tied to specific depth cues. The inhibitory effect of a stationary background on forward vection was, however, weaker than that found with circular vection. This difference makes sense because, for forward body motion, the image of a distant scene is virtually stationary whereas, when the body rotates, it is not.

journal_name

Perception

journal_title

Perception

authors

Ohmi M,Howard IP

doi

10.1068/p170005

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1988-01-01 00:00:00

pages

5-11

issue

1

eissn

0301-0066

issn

1468-4233

journal_volume

17

pub_type

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