Vision Research Lab, UCL


Visual Perception and Modeling

We study the perceptual mechanisms the underlie our capacity to see movement, depth and form. The interests of the group span computational modeling of image motion processing to the capture, representation and perception of facial movement. Current projects include the perception of global motion, the analysis of dynamic facial motion, time perception and shape from shading.

Latest News

Hinze Hogerdoorn is visiting the lab from Utrecht University to do some work on time perception.

Andy Rider from the lab will be visiting the lab of Shin’ya Nishida for 3 months from the start of February.

The Vision Lab submits five abstracts for the Vision Sciences Society Meeting in Naples Florida 2009.

Mark Edwards of the University of Canberra has headed back to Australia after visiting the lab for two months.

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