- Julie talks at UNSW February 22, 2019
- Julie visits Ma-Wyatt lab in Adelaide January 24, 2019
- Abi wins St. Leonard’s Scholarship January 23, 2019
- Alex Mitchell has a new job January 7, 2019
- Poster at AVA Xmas meeting December 17, 2018
- Women in Vision UK December 14, 2018
- Abi wins best talk prize December 7, 2018
- 1st Nov: Fife-Tay Vision Group November 1, 2018
- Paper on motion in depth published October 29, 2018
- Explorathon 2018: depth, shape, camouflage September 28, 2018
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Julie gave a talk today to the Psychology Department at UNSW, University of New South Wales, on Counter-shading camouflage: can shape from shading in nature be hidden?
Julie has just started a research visit to Anna Ma-Wyatt’s lab at the University of Adelaide. We hope to do some work on reaching and warning signal patterns.
Abigail Lee has won a Santander – St Leonard’s College Research Mobility Scholarship to attend the annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS) in St. Pete Beach, Florida, in may 2019.
Alex Mitchell has just started a new job as a teaching fellow at the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Scienceat the University of Edinburgh.
Abi Lee presented a poster today at the Applied Vision Association, Xmas Conference in London, on: Does averaging of speed information make speed change discrimination a difficult task?
Lab member Abi Lee presented a poster today at the Women in Vision UK meeting, in Liverpool on: Why is it difficult to judge a change in speed?
Abi Lee has won the best talk award at the Institute for Behavioural and Neural Sciences (IBANS) end of year Symposium for her talk on: Why is it difficult to judge a change in speed?
We are hosting the Fife_tay Vision Group this evening. We have two local speakers for the event: Marlene Poncet: The timing of motion Makoto Uji: Neuroimaging to identify the underlying mechanisms of human 3D depth perception: Monocular Stereopsis
We have just had a paper on motion-in-depth published in Vision. This work demonstrates that different types of stimuli used to drive the Inter-Ocular Velocity Difference (IOVD) mechanism, may be driving different mechanisms, rather than the same one, as sometimes … Continue reading
We’re all ready to present our public engagement displays on 3D vision and animal camouflage and warning signals, for Explorathon 2018. We’re at the Dundee Science Centre from 10am-5pm on Saturday 29th September.