Mateeff S, Hohnsbein J, Noack T, 1985, "Dynamic visual capture: apparent auditory motion induced by a moving visual target" Perception 14(6) 721 – 727
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Dynamic visual capture: apparent auditory motion induced by a moving visual target
Stefan Mateeff, Joachim Hohnsbein, Thomas Noack
Received 1 August 1984, in revised form 6 May 1985
Abstract. Apparent motion of a sound source can be induced by a moving visual target. The direction of the perceived motion of the sound source is the same as that of the visual target, but the subjective velocity of the sound source is 25 - 50% of that of the visual target measured under the same conditions. Eye tracking of the light target tends to enhance the apparent motion of the sound, but is not a prerequisite for its occurrence. The findings are discussed in connection with the 'visual capture' or 'ventriloquism' effect.
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