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Quantification of a Novel Illusion: Flicker-Induced Induced Motion
Visual illusions are often studied and analyzed to better understand the neural basis of perception. This project aims to quantify flicker-induced induced motion (FLIIM), a newly discovered form of induced motion that ...
Understanding Misperceived Size through Assimilation in a Novel Illusion: The Binding Ring
How do we perceive the size of objects? This research attempts answer a small part of that question by describing and quantifying the binding ring illusion, a novel (and previously uncharacterized) illusion of misperceived ...
Color of Music: An Investigation of Musical Timbre and Color Association
In the world of music, the metaphor “the color of music” has been vastly used to describe characteristics of sound such as tone quality, pitch, and timbre. Timbre can be described as a mixture of frequencies including the ...