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IEEE Virtual Reality Conference 2001 (VR 2001)
Auditory Motion Induced by Visual Motion and Its Dependence on Stimulus Size
Yokohama, Japan
March 13-March 17
ISBN: 0-7695-0948-7
Takuro Kayahara, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan
Takao Sato, University of Tokyo
In this paper we examine whether visual motion induces a sensation of motion for a static sound in order to investigate dynamic visual-auditory interactions in the virtual environment. The dynamic interaural time difference ( ITD) was employed as the cue for sound motion, and the effect of the size of the visual stimuli on biasing the perceived direction of dynamic ITD was examined. As a result, induced motion sensation for static sound was obtained, and its direction was dependent on the size and direction of the applied visual stimuli. For a small visual stimuli ( an I -deg disk), sound with a static ITD moved in the same direction as the moving visual stimuli. For a large visual stimuli (a 90-deg random-dot pattern), however; sound with a static ITD moved to the opposite direction to that of the moving visual stimuli.
Citation:
Takuro Kayahara, Takao Sato, "Auditory Motion Induced by Visual Motion and Its Dependence on Stimulus Size," vr, pp.241, IEEE Virtual Reality Conference 2001 (VR 2001), 2001
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