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Simon Watt
Simon Watt
School of Psychology, Bangor University
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Slant from texture and disparity cues: Optimal cue combination
JM Hillis, SJ Watt, MS Landy, MS Banks
Journal of vision 4 (12), 1-1, 2004
4972004
A stereo display prototype with multiple focal distances
K Akeley, SJ Watt, AR Girshick, MS Banks
ACM transactions on graphics (TOG) 23 (3), 804-813, 2004
3962004
Focus cues affect perceived depth
SJ Watt, K Akeley, MO Ernst, MS Banks
Journal of vision 5 (10), 7-7, 2005
3372005
A review of virtual environments for training in ball sports
HC Miles, SR Pop, SJ Watt, GP Lawrence, NW John
Computers & Graphics 36 (6), 714-726, 2012
2672012
Stereoscopy and the human visual system
MS Banks, JCA Read, RS Allison, SJ Watt
SMPTE motion imaging journal 121 (4), 24-43, 2012
1512012
Accommodation to multiple‐focal‐plane displays: Implications for improving stereoscopic displays and for accommodation control
KJ MacKenzie, DM Hoffman, SJ Watt
Journal of vision 10 (8), 22-22, 2010
1382010
Binocular cues are important in controlling the grasp but not the reach in natural prehension movements
SJ Watt, MF Bradshaw
Neuropsychologia 38 (11), 1473-1481, 2000
1122000
The visual control of reaching and grasping: binocular disparity and motion parallax.
SJ Watt, MF Bradshaw
Journal of experimental psychology: Human perception and performance 29 (2), 404, 2003
1002003
A dissociation of perception and action in normal human observers: the effect of temporal-delay
MF Bradshaw, SJ Watt
Neuropsychologia 40 (11), 1766-1778, 2002
992002
Binocular cues and the control of prehension.
MF Bradshaw, KM Elliott, SJ Watt, PB Hibbard, IRL Davies, PJ Simpson
Spatial vision, 2004
752004
Integration of vision and haptics during tool use
C Takahashi, J Diedrichsen, SJ Watt
Journal of vision 9 (6), 3-3, 2009
602009
Field of view affects reaching, not grasping
SJ Watt, MF Bradshaw, SK Rushton
Experimental Brain Research 135 (3), 411-416, 2000
542000
The role of binocular vision in grasping: a small stimulus-set distorts results
BD Keefe, SJ Watt
Experimental Brain Research 194 (3), 435-444, 2009
402009
Depth-cue integration in grasp programming: no evidence for a binocular specialism
BD Keefe, PB Hibbard, SJ Watt
Neuropsychologia 49 (5), 1246-1257, 2011
392011
Vergence and accommodation to multiple-image-plane stereoscopic displays: Real world responses with practical image-plane separations?
KJ MacKenzie, RA Dickson, SJ Watt
Journal of Electronic Imaging 21 (1), 011002, 2012
342012
Active haptic perception in robots: a review
L Seminara, P Gastaldo, SJ Watt, KF Valyear, F Zuher, F Mastrogiovanni
Frontiers in neurorobotics 13, 53, 2019
332019
Achieving near-correct focus cues in a 3D display using multiple image planes
SJ Watt, K Akeley, AR Girshick, MS Banks
Human vision and electronic imaging X 5666, 393-401, 2005
232005
Visual-haptic integration with pliers and tongs: signal “weights” take account of changes in haptic sensitivity caused by different tools
C Takahashi, SJ Watt
Frontiers in psychology 5, 109, 2014
222014
Binocular vision and prehension in middle childhood
SJ Watt, MF Bradshaw, TJ Clarke, KM Elliot
Neuropsychologia 41 (4), 415-420, 2003
202003
Optimal visual–haptic integration with articulated tools
C Takahashi, SJ Watt
Experimental brain research 235 (5), 1361-1373, 2017
182017
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