Re: Audiovisual contrast effects (Ted Moallem )

Subject: Re: Audiovisual contrast effects
From:    Ted Moallem  <ted.moallem@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Tue, 5 Apr 2011 00:25:12 -0400

Not exactly what you requested, but perhaps worth a mention: Nature 408, 788 (14 December 2000) | doi:10.1038/35048669 Illusions: What you see is what you hear Ladan Shams, Yukiyasu Kamitani & Shinsuke Shimojo Abstract: Vision is believed to dominate our multisensory perception of the world. Here we overturn this established view by showing that auditory information can qualitatively alter the perception of an unambiguous visual stimulus to create a striking visual illusion. Our findings indicate that visual perception can be manipulated by other sensory modalities. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2011 12:22:35 +0200 From: Anastasios Sarampalis <a.sarampalis@xxxxxxxx> Subject: Audiovisual contrast effects Dear list, Is anyone aware of any research that looks at audiovisual contrast effects? By that, I mean effects like sound intensity or pitch affecting the perception of colour intensity or luminance (or vice versa). thank you, Tassos Sarampalis ------------------------------ -- ________________________________ Theodore Moallem moallem@xxxxxxxx 646-872-0283 -- Sensory Communication Group Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT Graduate Program in Speech & Hearing Bioscience and Technology Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology

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