Simon J. Watt

University of Wales, Bangor, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
Visual perception
"Simon Watt"
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Keefe BD, Suray PA, Watt SJ. (2019) A margin for error in grasping: hand pre-shaping takes into account task-dependent changes in the probability of errors. Experimental Brain Research
Keefe BD, Watt SJ. (2017) Viewing geometry determines the contribution of binocular vision to the online control of grasping. Experimental Brain Research
Watt S, Ryan L. (2015) Age-related changes in accommodation predict perceptual tolerance to vergence-accommodation conflicts in stereo displays. Journal of Vision. 15: 267
Takahashi C, Watt SJ. (2014) Visual-haptic integration with pliers and tongs: signal "weights" take account of changes in haptic sensitivity caused by different tools. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 109
Vangorp P, Mantiuk RK, Bazyluk B, et al. (2014) Depth from HDR: Depth induction or increased realism? Proceedings of the Acm Symposium On Applied Perception, Sap 2014. 71-78
Miles HC, Pop SR, Watt SJ, et al. (2014) Efficacy of a virtual environment for training ball passing skills in Rugby Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 8490: 98-117
Miles HC, Pop SR, Watt SJ, et al. (2013) Investigation of a virtual environment for rugby skills training Proceedings - 2013 International Conference On Cyberworlds, Cw 2013. 56-63
Watt SJ, MacKenzie KJ. (2013) 3D Media and the Human Visual System Emerging Technologies For 3d Video: Creation, Coding, Transmission and Rendering. 349-376
Banks MS, Read JC, Allison RS, et al. (2012) Stereoscopy and the Human Visual System. Smpte Motion Imaging Journal. 121: 24-43
Watt SJ, MacKenzie KJ, Ryan L. (2012) Real-world stereoscopic performance in multiple-focal-plane displays: How far apart should the image planes be? Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 8288
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