[visionlist] looking for works that match these descriptions

Ladan Shams ladan at psych.ucla.edu
Sat Jun 28 11:19:50 PDT 2008

Dear Amy,

For multisensory interactions please check our website for the demo of  
the sound-induced flash illusion:
you can download the quicktime files from there. I may put together a  
more refined version some time in August, and can send it to you if  
you are interested.

There are also a lot of demos of McGurk illusion on the web. There is  
a demo of the stream-bounce illusion (Sekuler et al.) on Bach's website:


Hope this helps,
Ladan Shams, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
UCLA Department of Psychology
7445 Franz Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1563
URL: http://shamslab.psych.ucla.edu
Email: ladan at psych.ucla.edu
Phone: 310-206-3630
Fax:      310-267-2141

On Jun 28, 2008, at 9:31 AM, Amira Rezec wrote:

> Hello,
> I am asking my fellow vision scientists if you know of/have any  
> demos/interactive activities that are great teaching tools for  
> Sensation and Perception (S&P), especially for the following concepts:
> 1) vision and action (e.g.. optic flow, etc.)
> 2) color in general and color mixing
> 3) depth perception cues/experiments/demos
> 3) multimodal sensory interactions
> I am trying to find items that will really excite students about our  
> field for inclusion on an educational S&P CD and lab manual. I am  
> already aware of the Bach and Viperlib sites that have compiled many  
> such items, and looking for anything else out there that other  
> psychophysicists might know of...
> All proper credit and citations would be given, of course, and cited  
> works would receive broad exposure.
> Thanks!
> Amy
> ---------------------------------------------------------
> Amira A. Rezec, PhD
> Chair, Department of Psychology
> Saddleback College
> www.saddleback.edu/faculty/arezec
> arezec at saddleback.edu
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