Posters Monday 3 September 2012

Overview

Topic Time
3D perception 11.00-12.30
Colour perception 11.00-12.30
Illusions 11.00-12.30
Applied vision 15.30-17.00
Emotions 15.30-17.00
Face processing 15.30-17.00
Motion processing 15.30-17.00

Posters will be exhibited at the second floor in the Terrazza Restaurant Emperado.

Click on the session title to see the abstracts.

Monday 3 September 2012, 11.00-12.30

3D Perception

168 - Parallactic movement beats binocularity in the presence of external visual noise
Nicole Voges, Michael Bach and Guntram Kommerell

1 - Stereoacuity across the visual field: An equivalent noise analysis
Susan Wardle, Peter Bex, John Cass and David Alais

2 - The effect of variability in other objects’ sizes on the extent to which people rely on retinal image size as a cue for judging distance
Rita Sousa, Eli Brenner and Jeroen Smeets

3 - Viewing comfort and naturalness – key factors in understanding and evaluating the perception of stereoscopic images
Raluca Vlad, Anne Guérin and Patricia Ladret

4 - Perceiving swinging surface in depth from luminance modulation
Yuichi Sakano and Hiroshi Ando

5 - Spatiotemporal characteristics of binocular disparity channels for very large depth
Masayuki Sato and Shoji Sunaga

6 - Accommodation responses to floating image
Yuta Horikawa, Ryousuke Kujime, Hiroki Bando, Shiro Suyama and Hirotsugu Yamamoto

7 - Subjective depth position of an object displayed around a frame on a stereoscopic monitor
Hisaki Nate

8 - Adaptation aftereffects when seeing full-body actions: do findings from traditional 2d presentation apply to ‘real-world’ stereoscopic presentation?
Bruce Keefe, Joanna Wincenciak, James Ward, Tjeed Jellema and Nick Barraclough

9 - The zograscope and monocular stereopsis
Jan Koenderink, Maarten Wijntjes and Andrea van Doorn

10 - Assessment of glassless 3D viewing on a portable game machine
Masako A Takaoka and Hiroshi Ashida

11 - Increasing the depth-of-field with lighting conditions in 3D stereoscopic displays
Cyril Vienne, Laurent Blondé, Didier Doyen and Pascal Mamassian

12 - Activating the inhibitory effect of binocular rivalry to contend ghosts in 3D imagery
Laurent Blondé, Cyril Vienne and Didier Doyen

13 - The vision of Federico da Montefeltro
Gert van Tonder, Daniele Zavagno, Kenzo Sakurai and Hiroshi Ono

14 - Making visual sense of Piranesi’s labyrinthine spaces
Andrea Van Doorn, Jan Koenderink and Johan Wagemans

15 - Inferring visual attentional capture from search slopes and intercept differences
Paul Skarratt, Geoff Cole and Angus Gellatly

16 - The role of global 3D visual processing in motion-induced-blindness
Orna Rosenthal, Martin Davies, Anne Aimola Davies and Glyn Humphreys

17 - Matching dynamic views of biological motion
Ian M. Thornton, Pille Pedmanson and Zac J. Wootton

18 - Change blindness to 2D and 3D objects
Alexei N. Gusev, Olga A. Mikhaylova, Igor S. Utochkin and Denis V. Zakharkin

19 - Enhanced perception by real-time tracking and interpreting driver actions using a driving simulator
Madalina-Ioana Toma, Leon J.M. Rothkrantz, Csaba Antonya

20 - Human adults can use two different geometrical cues when reorienting in immersive virtual environments
Hey Tou Chiu, Karin Petrini and Marko Nardini

21 - A disparity energy model improved by line, edge and keypoint correspondences
Jaime A. Martins, Miguel Farrajota, Roberto Lam, J.M.F Rodrigues, Kasim Terzic and J.M.H. Du Buf

22 - Subthrehold Contrast smoothness as a Depth Cue
Yoshiaki Tsushima, Kazuteru Komine and Nobuyuki Hiruma

23 - Contour Shape and Perception of Holes on 3-dimensional Surfaces
Haider Eesa, Ik Soo Lim, David Hughes, Mark Jones and Ben Spencer

24 - StarTrek illusion demonstrates a phenomenon of depth constancy
Jiehui Qian and Yury Petrov

25 - Stereo-fusion efficiency and oculomotor stability: Effects of central and peripheral fusion locks
Michael Wagner, Nir Schwalb and Jonathan Shapiro

26 - The lack of tranfer-learning in laparoscopic surgery
Stephanie Preuß, Heiko Hecht and Ines Gockel

27 - New Insights into the Ouchi Illusion
Teluhiko Hilano, Sohei Fukuda, Taku Oshima and Kazuhisa Yanaka

28 - On the 3D Aperture Problem of Binouclar Motion Perception
Martin Lages, Hongfang Wang and Suzanne Heron

29 - Detection of linear ego-acceleration from optic flow
Freya Festl, Fabian Recktenwald, Chunrong Yuan and Hanspeter Mallot

30 - Stereo visual cues help object motion perception during self-motion
Diederick C. Niehorster and Li Li

31 - Motion from Structure
Baptiste Caziot and Benjamin T. Backus

32 - Dependence of 3D motion integration on convex/concave surface structure
Masayuki Kikuchi and Satoshi Kodama

33 - Perceived depth and stability from motion parallax natural scene movies
Kenzo Sakurai, Soyogu Matsushita, Hiroshi Ono, Sumio Yano and Kenji Susami

34 - The effect of stereoscopic camera separation on the estimation of a right angle
Rob Black, Georg Meyer and Sophie Wuerger

35 - Perceived length to width relations of city squares are task and position dependent
Harold T. Nefs, Arthur van Bilsen, Sylvia C. Pont, Huib de Ridder, Maarten W.A. Wijntjes and Andrea J. van Doorn

36 - Non-uniform Image Blur and Perceptual Transparency
Haider Eesa, Ik Soo Lim, David Hughes, Mark Jones and Ben Spencer

37 - Three-dimensional effects of “completion by folding”
Daniela Bressanelli, Enrico Giora and Simone Gori

38 - Human discrimination of depth of field in stereo and non-stereo photographs
Tingting Zhang, Harold Nefs and Ingrid Heynderickx

39 - The influence of shape complexity in visual depth perception of CAD models
Florin Girbacia, Andreea Beraru and Doru Talaba

40 - The effect of blur on interocular suppression of luminance-modulated and contrast-modulated stimuli
Akash S. Chima, Sarah J. Waugh and Monika A. Formankiewicz

41 - Effects of central and peripheral interaction of motion in depth on postural sway
Hiroaki Shigemasu

42 - Fast cyclic stimulus flashing modulates dominance duration in binocular rivalry
Henrikas Vaitkevicius, Rytis Stanikunas, Algimantas Svegzda, Vygandas Vanagas, Remigijus Bliumas and Januss Kulikowski

43 - Depth perception of texture with high-resolution 3D display
Toshihiro Bando and Yasunari Sasaki

44 - Visual search in depth: cue combination during natural behaviour
P. George Lovell, Marina Bloj and Julie M. Harris

45 - Implied gaze direction in Japanese Ukiyoe print : An event related fMRI study
Naoyuki Osaka, Daisuke Matsuyoshi and Mariko Osaka

Colour perception

46 - Opposing Effects of Colorations added to Humorous Illustrations
Valeria Biasi, Sara Longo, Luna Fiorani, Daria D'Aloise and Paolo Bonaiuto

47 - Dynamic desaturation illusion
Kohske Takahashi, Shun'Ya Yamada, Fuminori Ono and Katsumi Watanabe

48 - Edges and gradients in real 3-D color scenes
John Mccann and Alessandro Rizzi

49 - Test of dichromatic simulation by visual search paradigm
Shoji Sunaga, Tomomi Ogura and Takeharu Seno

50 - Colour discrimination threshold determination using pseudoisochromatic test plates obtained by photographic and inkjet printing
Kaiva Luse, Maris Ozolinsh and Sergejs Fomins

51 - Red Color Enhances Memory Performance.
Haruyuki Kojima

52 - Perceptual Qualities and Material Classes
Christiane B. Wiebel, Karl R. Gegenfurtner and Roland W. Fleming

53 - Perceptual tone-mapping operator based on multiresolution contrast decomposition
Xavier Otazu

54 - Spatial frequency overestimation with retinal eccentricity for isoluminant chromatic gratings.
Matteo Toscani, Matteo Valsecchi and Karl Gegenfurtner

55 - Effects of chromatic (red-green) and achromatic orthogonal masks on perceived contrast of luminance targets.
Stephane Clery, Julie M. Harris and Marina Bloj

56 - Gradient processing: excitatory and inhibitory interactions between achromatic and chromatic mechanisms
Luis Garcia-Suarez and Marina Bloj

57 - Effect of relative luminance and chromatic contrast and contrast polarity on hyperacuity thresholds: do luminance and chromatic information independently contribute to vernier performance?
Bonnie Cooper and Barry B. Lee

58 - The effect of smile and illumination color on age estimation from faces
Marcel Lucassen, Theo Gevers and Hamdi Dibeklioglu

59 - Color does not guide eye movements: Evidence from a gaze-contingent experiment
Hans Trukenbrod, Simon Barthelmé, Felix Wichmann and Ralf Engbert

60 - S-cone contribution to non-assimilative color spreading in the watercolor configuration
Mikako Kuroki and Eiji Kimura

61 - Variation in the vision of a rectangular sequence, interspersed in a achromatic or monochromatic grating
Jorge Montalvá Colomer, Ignacio Tortajada Montañana and Mariano Aguilar Rico

62 - Perceptual misbinding of colour in rivalrous motion stimuli
Ryan T. Maloney, Sarah K. Lam and Colin W. G. Clifford

63 - Organic Light-Emitting Diode Monitors in Vision Science
Tobias Elze, Christopher Taylor and Peter Bex

64 - Temporal discrimination of flashing colour stimuli under chromatic background
Rytis Stanikunas, Algimantas Svegzda, Lina Saveikyte, Henrikas Vaitkevicius, Remigijus Bliumas, Ausra Daugirdiene and Vaiva Kulbokaite

Illusions

65 - The Pot Lid illusion in parallel perspective
Stefano Mastandrea, Sherief Hammad and John M. Kennedy

66 - Modification of each color component and shaking to enhance optimized Fraser-Wilcox Illusions
Kazuhisa Yanaka, Teluhiko Hilano and Akiyoshi Kitaoka

67 - Okuma illusion: a new illusion of leaning
Takashi Yasuda, Takashi Ueda and Kenpei Shiina

68 - The reverse Café wall illusion
Midori Takashima, Ken Shiina, Teruo Fujii and Kouki Shinohara

69 - Anomalous Motion Illusions and Retinal Visual Reset
Masanori Idesawa

70 - The Fraser-Wilcox illusion and its extension
Akiyoshi Kitaoka

71 - The relative motion aftereffect in the Enigma illusion
Erika Tomimatsu and Hiroyuki Ito

72 - The Spider illusion
János Geier and Mariann Hudak

73 - Illusory motion and motion capture in terms of oblique components.
Makoto Ichikawa and Yuko Masakura

74 - The influence of motion integration on shifts in perceived position
Peter J. Kohler, Caeli E. P. Cavanagh and Peter U. Tse

75 - On visible persistence: inter and cross modal measurements in transient random dot stimuli
Kathrin Thaler and Maximilian Bruchmann

76 - On the problem of shape formation: New effects related to Oppel-Kundt and Helmholtz’s square illusions
Maria Tanca and Baingio Pinna

77 - Changing shape by changing accents in space and time: Visual and musical shape illusions
Luca Sirigu and Baingio Pinna

78 - The elaboration of «double overturn» method for the research of visual image formation
Olga Arbekova and Alexey Gusev

79 - The sensorimotor measurements of perceptual illusions
Valeriia Karpinskaia and Vsevolod Lyakhovetskii

80 - The early time course of the Delboeuf illusion
Filipp Schmidt, Thomas Schmidt and Andreas Weber

81 - The parallelogram: A perceptual enigma.
Fred Halper

82 - From physical to perceptual stimulus representations: Exploiting the Ebbinghaus illusion in a response priming paradigm
Andreas Weber, Lisa Noé, Lukas Hoffmann, Thomas Schmidt and Filipp Schmidt

83 - Perceived display speed helps account for the 'jitter advantage' in vection
Deborah Apthorp and Stephen Palmisano

84 - Texture-region analysis at the basis of the illusory enlargement of a filled area
Enrico Giora and Simone Gori

Monday 3 September 2012, 15.30-17.00

Applied vision

85 - Involving people in colouring their streets: From virtual images to a public art intervention.
Grazia Caporusso, Stefano Feduzi, Laura Oppo, Maura Putzu and Mauro Murgia

86 - Estimating weight and height based on mental norms: A cross-cultural study from Germany and Japan
Tobias M. Schneider, Claus-Christian Carbon and Heiko Hecht

87 - Towards an emotional footprint: Non-verbal analysis of emotionally processed visual stimuli via posturography
Marius Raab, Nato Shengelia and Claus-Christian Carbon

88 - Is there a common trait of aesthetic assessment or does it depend on the assessed content?
Uwe Christian Fischer, Claus-Christian Carbon, Johan Wagemans and M. Dorothee Augustin

89 - A computational model for saliency detection based on probability distributions
Dominik Alexander Klein, German Martin Garcia and Simone Frintrop

90 - Fast and accurate multi-scale keypoints based on end-stopped cells
Kasim Terzic, J.M.F. Rodrigues and J.M.H. Du Buf

91 - Relationship between imitating an expert’s motion and improved motor skills
Yuya Akasaka and Miyuki G. Kamachi

92 - Glare and Neural Contrast: Scene content controls the neural contrast response
Alessandro Rizzi and John McCann

93 - Motion processing deficits in migraine, contrast sensitivity and what is relevant noise for a visual motion task
Alexandra Shepherd, Heidi Beaumont and Trevor Hine

94 - High-precision psychophysics on the iPad
Michael Dorr, Luis Lesmes, Long To, Zhong-Lin Lu and Peter Bex

95 - A simple clinical test for assessing performance in areas V1 and MT
Linda Bowns

96 - Eye-movement planning during flight maneuvers
Lewis Chuang, Frank Nieuwenhuizen and Heinrich H. Buelthoff

97 - Blavigator: a navigation aid for blind persons
Joao Jose, Manuel Moreno, Javier Pinilla-Dutoit, J.M.F Rodrigues and J.M.H. Du Buf

98 - CORF: A computational model of a simple cell with application to contour detection
George Azzopardi and Nicolai Petkov

99 - Cortical Masking and Action Learning
Martin Thirkettle, Peter Redgrave, Kevin Gurney, Tom Walton, Ashvin Shah and Tom Stafford

100 - The spot that decides on the Gestalt: Gestalt psychology in the context of blindspot perception
Theresia K. Reiter and Claus-Christian Carbon

101 - An investigation into size-speed illusions in railway level crossing collisions
Helen Clark, John Perrone, Robert Isler and Samuel Charlton

102 - Perception of synthetically generated interactive human emotional body expressions
Nick Taubert, Andrea Christensen, Dominik Endres and Martin A. Giese

103 - Matching unfamiliar faces under ecological conditions: Factors of stimulus similarity and feature exchange
Benedikt Emanuel Wirth and Claus-Christian Carbon

104 - Spotting expertise in the eyes: billiards knowledge revealed by gaze shifts and detected through machine learning
Sofia Crespi, Carlo Robino, Giuseppe Boccignone, Mario Ferraro and Claudio De' Sperati

105 - How elite batters coordinate the movement of their eyes and head to anticipate interception
David Mann, Wayne Spratford and Bruce Abernethy

106 - Reversal rate of ambiguous fidure after glare conditioning stimulus
Angel Kurtev

107 - Understanding bird egg patterning: assessing visual camouflage using visual difference and edge-detection models
Karen A. Spencer, Keri Langridge, Graeme D. Ruxton and P. George Lovell

108 - Action videogame playing can improve visual-motor control without affecting vision
Li Li, Rongrong Chen and Jing Chen

109 - Aligning fundus images via the automatic extraction of retinal surface vessels
Sven Holm and Niall McLoughlin

Emotions

110 - Inverting natural facial expressions puzzles you.
Kathrin Kaulard, Johannes Schultz, Christian Wallraven, Heinrich H. Bülthoff and Stephan De La Rosa

111 - Factors affecting orienting behaviour to emotional expressions: stimulus duration, spatial frequency and response mode
Arash Sahraie, Rachel L Bannerman and Paul B Hibbard

112 - Components of subjective experience of visual objects and scenes
Slobodan Markovic

113 - Subjective feeling of fluency and affective response
Michael Forster, Helmut Leder and Ulrich Ansorge

114 - Registering eye movements in collaborative tasks: methodological problems and solutions
Alexander Kharitonov, Alexander Zhegallo, Kristina Ananyeva and Olga Kurakova

115 - Playing a violent videogame with a gun controller has an effect on facial expression recognition but no selective effect on prosocial behaviour
Marco Righi, Paola Ricciardelli and Rossana Actis Grosso

116 - Changes in the fractal dimensions of facial expression perception between normal and noise-added faces
Takuma Takehara, Fumio Ochiai, Hiroshi Watanabe and Naoto Suzuki

117 - Explicit and implicit contamination sensitivity in children with autistic spectrum disorders: an eye tracking study.
Roberta Fadda, Michael Siegal and Paul G. Overton

118 - Congenital Prosopagnosia: The role of changeable and invariant aspects in famous face identification
Andrea Albonico, Manuela Malaspina and Roberta Daini

119 - Discrimination of real, but not morphed, facial expressions correlates with emotional labeling
Olga A. Kurakova

120 - Your face looks funny -The role of emotion on perceived attractiveness of face images
Brendan Cullen and Fiona Newell

121 - Effects of direction, intensity range, and velocity on perception of the dynamic facial expressions.
Haruka Inoue and Makoto Ichikawa

122 - Response properties of visual areas that are responsive to fearful scenes
Zhengang Lu, Bingbing Guo, Xueting Li and Ming Meng

123 - Mud sticks: How biographical knowledge influences facial expression perception
Luc Charmet-Mougey, Anina Rich and Mark Williams

124 - Behind every strong man there is a strong background: The effect of dynamic background textures on facial evaluation
Alexander Toet, Susanne Tak, Marcel P. Lucassen and Theo Gevers

125 - The angry face advantage in the visual search task is derived mainly from the efficient rejection of distractors.
Takahiro Kirita

126 - Neural Correlates of Perceptual Learning of Objects in the Hippocampus and the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex
Matthias Guggenmos, Marcus Rothkirch, Klaus Obermayer, John-Dylan Haynes and Philipp Sterzer

127 - Relationship between visuotactile and affective/aesthetic qualities of natural materials
Naokazu Goda and Hidehiko Komatsu

Face processing

128 - Linking face-spaces for emotion and trait perception
Atsunobu Suzuki, Nobuyuki Watanabe, Ryuta Suzuki, Hiroyuki Yoshida and Hiroshi Yamada

129 - Age-related contextual modulation in face recognition
Fatima Maria Felisberti, Jana Wanli, Rebecca Cox and Cassandra Dover

130 - Investigating The Orthogonality of Configural, and Holistic Processing Mechanisms in Face Recognition.
Elizabeth Nelson, Nicholas Watier, Isabelle Boutet and Charles A. Collin

131 - The impact of within-person variability on face perception and identification
Heather Cursiter

132 - What facial information is important for rapid detection of the face? : Comparative cognitive studies between humans and monkeys
Ryuzaburo Nakata, Ryoi Tamura and Satoshi Eifuku

133 - Reduction of the perceptual field for inverted faces: evidence from gaze contingency with full view stimuli
Goedele Van Belle, Philippe Lefèvre and Bruno Rossion

134 - Right perceptual bias and self-face advantage in Congenital Prosopagnosics
Manuela Malaspina, Andrea Albonico and Roberta Daini

135 - The face of terrorism: Stereotypical Muslim facial attributes evoke implicit perception of threat
Geza Harsanyi, Marius Raab, Vera M. Hesslinger, Denise Düclos, Janina Zink and Claus Christian Carbon

136 - Contrast reversal of the eyes diminishes infants’ face processing
Hiroko Ichikawa, Yumiko Otsuka, So Kanazawa, Masami K. Yamaguchi and Ryusuke Kakigi

137 - Contribution of cardinal orientations to the “Stare-in-the-crowd” effect
Sanae Okamoto-Barth and Valerie Goffaux

138 - Psychological Distance and Face Recognition: Thinking about Own Local Place Impairs Face Recognition
Kyoko Hine and Yuji Itoh

139 - Facial distinctiveness is affected by facial expressions
Takahashi Nozomi and Hiroshi Yamada

140 - Attractiveness enhances the perceived familiarity of unfamiliar faces but not familiar faces
Isabel M. Santos, Felicia Toyn, Bobby Watson and Chris Longmore

141 - Can a test battery reveal subgroups in congenital prosopagnosia?
Janina Esins, Isabelle Bülthoff, Ingo Kennerknecht and Johannes Schultz

142 - Classifying faces as faces: effects of identity and expression strength
Andrew Skinner and Christopher Benton

144 - The McGurk effect is not affected by face orientation
Priscilla Heard and Harriet Osborne

145 - Neural Correlates of Eye Contact and the Monalisa Effect
Evgenia Boyarskaya, Oliver Tuescher and Heiko Hecht

146 - Abnormal response-dynamics of face-related areas in congenital prosopagnosia
Kornél Németh, Márta Zimmer, Éva Bankó, Zoltán Vidnyánszky and Gyula Kovács

147 - Evidence of a size underestimation of upright faces
Yukyu Araragi, Takehiro Aotani and Akiyoshi Kitaoka

148 - Head Size Illusion: Head Outlines Are Processed Holistically Too
Kazunori Morikawa, Kazue Okumura and Soyogu Matsushita

149 - The retrieval of semantic and episodic information from faces and voices: A face advantage.
Catherine Barsics and Serge Brédart

150 - Different facets of facial attractiveness: Specification of the relationship between attractiveness, beauty, prettiness and sexual attraction
Ramona A. Luedtke, Vera M. Hesslinger and Claus-Christian Carbon

151 - On the plausibility of a generalized model of perceived similarity between faces.
Ludovica Lorusso, Gavin Brelstaff, Luca Pulina and Enrico Grosso

152 - Forty years later: Are objects still mentally rotated as in 1971?
Claus-Christian Carbon and Fabián Diener Rico

153 - Do you sound or look as old as you are? A study of age estimation in young and older adults.
Evelyne Moyse, Aline Beaufort and Serge Brédart

154 - Spatial configuration of faces and Japanese characters differently affects perceptual dominance in binocular rivalry
Eiji Kimura, Akiko Hidaka and Ken Goryo

167 - The speed of face recognition: A 50ms gain between personally familiar faces and famous faces
Thomas Busigny, Clara Bled, Gabriel Besson and Emmanuel J Barbeau

Motion processing

155 - Motion processing behind occluders
Luca Battaglini, Gianluca Campana and Clara Casco

156 - Temporal characteristics of perceived non-overlap of objects in audiovisual stream/bounce displays
Yousuke Kawachi and Yoshihiko Matsue

157 - Anisotropy in postural sway caused by optic-flow: a matter of co-contraction?
Vivian Holten, Maarten J. van der Smagt, Stella F. Donker and Frans A.J. Verstraten

158 - Visual traveled distance estimation by leaky integration in driving situations
Maren Stiels, Harald Frenz, Jochen Müsseler and Markus Lappe

159 - Factors that affect tracking of occluded target motion
Anna Hughes, Martin Stevens and David Tolhurst

160 - Interaction between fine and coarse scales impairs motion discrimination more strongly than surround suppression
Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Maria J. Gamonoso, Vicente Sierra-Vázquez and Andrew M. Derrington

161 - Development of Optic Flow Sensitivity in School-aged Children of Kathmandu
Mahesh Raj Joshi and Helle K Falkenberg

162 - Apparent duration is compressed for accelerating visual motion
Alan Johnston, Aurelio Bruno and Inci Ayhan

163 - Alternation rate dependency of perceptual asynchrony in color-motion binding
Osamu Watanabe, Kazuhiro Kanahama and Yukinori Suzuki

164 - The influence of concomitant pitch perception on timing of a coincidence-anticipation timing task
Toshinori Hanai and Ataru Yoshino

165 - Maturation of motion-onset VEPs in children
Zuzana Kubova, Jan Kremlacek, Jana Langrova, Jana Szanyi and Miroslav Kuba

166 - Visual evoked potentials to peripheral stimulation
Miroslav Kuba, Jan Kremlacek, Frantisek Vit, Jana Langrova, Jana Szanyi and Zuzana Kubova

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