Dynamic perceptive compensation for the rotating snakes illusion with eye tracking.

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Date: Mar. 4, 2021
From: PLoS ONE(Vol. 16, Issue 3)
Publisher: Public Library of Science
Document Type: Report
Length: 10,212 words
Lexile Measure: 1410L

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This study developed a dynamic perceptive compensation system for the rotating snakes illusion (RSI) with eye tracking. Large eye movements, such as saccades and blinks, were detected with an eye tracker, and perceptive compensation was dynamically performed based on the characteristics of RSI perception. The proposed compensation system considered three properties: spatial dependence, temporal dependence, and individual dependence. Several psychophysical experiments were performed to confirm the effectiveness of the proposed system. After the preliminary verification and determination of the temporal-dependent function for RSI perception, the effects of gaze information on RSI control were investigated. Five algorithms were compared using paired comparison. This confirmed that the compensation system that took gaze information into account reduced the RSI effect better than compensation without gaze information at a significance threshold of p

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