The role of eye movements during object recognition

9 March 2018, 4.00 PM - 9 March 2018, 5.00 PM

Dr Filipe Cristino (Nottingham Trent University)

Seminar Rooms, Life Sciences Building

Hosted by the Bristol Vision Institute.

The use of eye tracking to understand which regions of a visual image are important in guiding behaviour is a well-established technique with a long history of application; particularly in reading and scene analysis. More recently, eye tracking has been applied in the realm of object recognition to gain further understanding of which features may be important in supporting the object recognition process. 

Dr Cristino will be presenting data investigating the role of stereo disparity during three dimensional object recognition, demonstrating a paradigm allowing the analysis of eye movement patterns across viewpoints and presenting recordings of event-related potentials (ERPs) and eye movements comparing the processing of possible and impossible objects (according to the law of geometry) in a simple classification task.

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