Logan A. Williams, Ph.D.
Senior Research Engineer
Aeromedical Research Division
USAF School of Aerospace Medicine
Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
Tel: (937) 255-0312
The purpose of this Session is to report on aspects of human vision science
as it pertains to the specification, design, testing or use of human in the control loop simulators. These
include but are not limited to human visual system physiology, sensation, perception, illusions, limitations
and behavior. In the past most vision science research was conducted for the purpose of developing the body
of knowledge rather than directed towards applications in virtual environments. This Session aims
to target the extant research and expand the body of knowledge in the aforementioned. Everyone with an interest
in these issues is welcome to join in and participate.
POTENTIAL SUBJECT AREAS
- Disclosure of new research results
- Proposed new research projects
- Implications of the human visual system
on simulator specification, design, testing or operator control
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