Poster #26: Leehye Kang – A realistic study on visual search – What can Lego tell us?

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Faculty mentor: Trafton Drew

Previous studies on visual perception may have over-simplify visual processing in the name of experimental control. Many classical studies use a controlled computer screen, in which the target and non-targets are displayed on a white background. In these computerized studies, participants are more likely to be passive, rather than being the active agent. By using Lego pieces, the purpose of this study is to discover how humans may use different visual strategies in real-life situations.

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