As with Chapter 5, much of the material from this chapter appears in textbooks on sensation and perception [98,206,357] For a collection of optical illusions and their explanations, see [237]. For more on motion detection, see Chapter 7 of [206]. Related to this is the history of motion pictures [32,28].

To better understand the mathematical foundations of combining cues from multiple sources, look for books on Bayesian analysis and statistical decision theory. For example, see [271] and Chapter 9 of [165]. An important issue is adaptation to VR system flaws through repeated use [287,352]. This dramatically effects the perceptual results and fatigue from mismatches, and is a form of perceptual learning, which will be discussed in Section 12.1.

Steven M LaValle 2019-03-14