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Robert Allison
Associate Professor
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Rob obtained his Ph.D. in Biology from York University in 1998. His research uses psychophysical and computational methods to study depth perception in natural and virtual environments. One application of this research is in the design of the human-computer interface for virtual reality and simulator systems. Related interests include machine vision; the measurement and analysis of eye movements and related applications; and the measurement and perception of human motion.

  • (with Howard, I. P.) "Depth perception with persisting and dynamic textures."Vision Research, in press, 2000.
  • (with Howard, I. P.) "Temporal dependencies in resolving monocular and binocular cue conflict in slant perception."Vision Research, 40: 1869 - 1885, 2000.
  • (with Eizenman, M., and Cheung B) "Combined head and eye tracking system for dynamic testing of the vestibular system."IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 43(11): 1073-1082, 1996.


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