Optica Vision and Color Fall Data Blast!
Hosted By: Clinical Vision Sciences Technical Group
19 October 2021, 12:00 - 14:00
- Eastern Daylight Time (UTC - 04:00)
You’re invited to join the technical groups of the Optica Vision and Color Technical Division and the Optical Fall Vision Meeting Planning Committee for their Fall data blast series. Each week’s session will feature a series of short talks followed by lots of time for questions and discussion.
This week’s session will feature the following talks:
- A Surprisingly Simple Neural-Based Relationship Predicts Binocular Facilitation presented by Vincent A. Billock, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB
- Central-Peripheral Dichotomy (CPD) in feedforward and feedback processes explored by depth perception in random-dot stereograms (RDSs) presented by Li Zhaoping, University of Tübingen
- InFoRM: Rivalry generates reliable estimates of perceptual dynamics presented by Jan Skerswetat, Northeastern University
- Global Luminance and Local Contrast Modulate Interocular Delay in Virtual Reality presented by Anthony LoPrete, University of Pennsylvania
- Target tracking shows that millisecond-scale visual delays are faithfully preserved in the movement of the hand presented by Johannes Burge, University of Pennsylvania
- Perceptual consequences of interocular imbalances in temporal integration presented by Benjamin M. Chin, University of Pennsylvania
- The benefits of naturally moving over stabilized stimuli for acuity increase with longer presentation times presented by Alisa Braun, University of California, Berkeley
- Assessing the neural coding of image blur using multivariate pattern analysis presented by Zoey J Isherwood, University of Nevada, Reno
- Neural model of lightness scaling in the staircase Gelb illusion presented by Michael E. Rudd, University of Nevada, Reno
- Disentangling object color from illuminant color: The role of color shifts presented by Cehao Yu, Delft University of Technology
- Phenomenological Assessment of Dynamic Fractals presented by Nathan Gonzales-Hess, University of Oregon
Our moderators for this session will be Kim Meier, University of Washington, and Angela Brown, Ohio State University.