2010
DOI: 10.1167/2.7.40
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Lights, camera, action! An interaction between illumination and viewpoint change in object recognition

Abstract: Research in spatial cognition and object recognition has indicated that an “active” observer (i.e. moving) shows an advantage in their ability to recognize an object from a different viewpoint relative to a “passive” observer (i.e. stationary) who is presented with the same image geometry. Some researchers have attributed this advantage to the contributions made by the body senses (e.g. vestibular and proprioceptive) to an observer's ability to spatially update their location in the environment. However, a pot… Show more

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