The Visual Psychophysics Laboratory includes a group of faculty and graduate students that conducts psychophysical and computational modeling studies of many aspects of visual perception, including motion perception, shape-from-texture, contour extraction, and visual navigation. The laboratory occupies an 800-square-foot suite, including three dedicated rooms for data collection, and houses a variety of computer-controlled display platforms, including Macintosh, Windows, and Linux workstations. Ancillary resources for visual psychophysics include an eye tracker, a computer-controlled video camera, stereo viewing devices, a photometer, and a variety of display-generation, data-collection, and data-analysis software.
Director Ennio Mingolla
Website Visual Psychophysics Laboratory