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UC Merced Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Title Coordinating Touch and Vision to Learn What Objects Look Like Publication Date Coordinating Touch and Vision to Learn What Objects Look Like

Walter Talbott, Ian Fasel, Javier Miolina, Walter Talbott, Ian Fasel, Javier Molina, Virginia De Sa, Javier Movellan
unpublished
For example , object segmentation and pose invariant recognition are very difficult in the visual domain but trivial in the tactile/proprioceptive domain; touching an object easily delineates its physical  ...  We use contemporary machine learning methods to explore Piaget's idea that active interaction across modalities may be the engine for constructing our knowledge about objects.  ...  In other conditions, they may choose to look at a stationary object while touching it in different locations, when the visual system would provide invariances to train the tactile system.  ... 
fatcat:3naxnqkuhzc77cetp7nxdxdl54

Berkeley and the Spatiality of Vision

Rick. Grush
2007 Journal of the history of philosophy  
Since we are able to reach for what we see, we have learned how to recognize what tangible locations look like, or, more precisely, we have learned how to correlate the way a particular movement of reaching  ...  What looks up might feel to be down, what looks curved might feel straight, and so on.  ... 
doi:10.1353/hph.2007.0060 fatcat:d3aypnlb7ze7lllvtyppynzfhq

Multimodal control of reaching-simulating the role of tactile feedback

M. Schlesinger, D. Parisi
2001 IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation  
How is this multimodal coordination achieved? We propose that infants learn to coordinate vision and proprioception by using tactile feedback from the target.  ...  A series of simulation studies illustrate how touch: 1) helps coordinate vision and proprioception; 2) facilitates an efficient reaching strategy; and 3) promotes intermodal recalibration when the coordination  ...  Instead, it appears that feeling the target while looking at the same location in space facilitates learning to coordinate eye and arm movements.  ... 
doi:10.1109/4235.918433 fatcat:quwmbzusendutaoo6bjexoafva

Coordinating attention requires coordinated senses

Lucas Battich, Merle Fairhurst, Ophelia Deroy
2020 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
From playing basketball to ordering at a food counter, we frequently and effortlessly coordinate our attention with others towards a common focus: we look at the ball, or point at a piece of cake.  ...  We explain the two ways in which non-visual cues contribute to joint attention: either as enhancers, when they complement gaze and pointing gestures in order to coordinate joint attention on visible objects  ...  But does coordinating on visible objects only depend on vision? And what happens when we need to coordinate, not on visible targets, but on auditory, tactile, or multisensory ones?  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-020-01766-z pmid:32666194 fatcat:pizjebnfijcvzaquxp7fku6mdi

Visual experiences in the blind induced by an auditory sensory substitution device

Jamie Ward, Peter Meijer
2010 Consciousness and Cognition  
of veridical vision (e.g. knowledge of shapes and visual perspective).  ...  This visual phenomenology, although triggered through use of The vOICe, is likely to depend not only on online visualization of the auditory signal but also on the users' previous (albeit distant) experience  ...  Once I go up to that particular soundscape and touch it, I can equate myself with what I am hearing. This is where I get what I call the line drawings. I have an image of what a tree looks like.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2009.10.006 pmid:19955003 fatcat:qo4wmikjlvgmnllv5wi6b4poje

Page 42 of None Vol. 2, Issue 2 [page]

1981 None  
Asked why he had chosen touch instead of another sense, like hear- ing, Collins said, “Of all the senses, touch is closest to vision.  ...  One deals with focusing and concentrated looking and the other with orientation and corner-of-the-eye seeing.”  ... 

Development through Sensorimotor Coordination [chapter]

Adam Sheya, Linda B. Smith
2010 Enaction  
In the case of the rattle, the repeated activity teaches how to control one's body, which actions bring held objects into view, and how sights, sounds and actions correspond.  ...  sight and to make more noise.  ...  The haptic cues from touching the transparent surfaces educated vision, and vision educated reaching and touching, enabling infants to find the openings in transparent containers.  ... 
doi:10.7551/mitpress/9780262014601.003.0005 fatcat:a2kubgbhm5f4hb4ws3qgpauj3m

Fashion for the blind

Michele A. Burton
2011 The proceedings of the 13th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility - ASSETS '11  
We report the findings of the research which include how touch plays a major role in clothing's appeal, how clothing is perceived when vision is not the dominant sense, and the challenges with lack of  ...  Given this dominance of vision, how then is beauty in fashion interpreted by those with vision impairments?  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank all of the participants who were so gracious with their time and opened their homes for this study.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2049536.2049625 dblp:conf/assets/Burton11 fatcat:fvy7gparifbzzkx7uxh4qdfv5q

Investigating Cursor-based Interactions to Support Non-Visual Exploration in the Real World

Anhong Guo, Saige McVea, Xu Wang, Patrick Clary, Ken Goldman, Yang Li, Yu Zhong, Jeffrey P. Bigham
2018 Proceedings of the 20th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility - ASSETS '18  
their fingertip; and (d) touch cursor, in which the visual scene is brought onto the device screen and the user moves their finger on the touchscreen to receive information about what they touch on the  ...  locating the direction of a specific object; (c) finger cursor, in which the user moves their finger on the real world object they want to access and receives information about details near (or under)  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the Google accessibility engineering team for their support, Brian Carlo Chuapoco for his effort in participant recruiting, to all our study participants for their time, and the  ... 
doi:10.1145/3234695.3236339 dblp:conf/assets/GuoMWCGLZB18 fatcat:yhopihsydjcq5prnr3mbsolywq

There Are No Visual Media

W. J.T. Mitchell
2005 Journal of Visual Culture  
had done extensive coordination of their visual impressions with touch.  ...  Isn't this like someone objecting to lumping bread, cake, and cookies under the rubric of ''baked goods''? Actually, no.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470412905054673 fatcat:agj3uiq3ajf6fduufuqwwg7tlm

Projectable interactive surface using microsoft kinect V2: Recovering information from coarse data to detect touch

P. Sharma, R. P. Joshi, R. A. Boby, S. K. Saha, T. Matsumaru
2015 2015 IEEE/SICE International Symposium on System Integration (SII)  
For using this sensor, a rote learning does not help kids to improve basic skills like touch detection using statistical information and calibration literacy and arithmetic skills [2].  ...  These devices recognize fingers, hands and such as High Precision Multi-Touch sensing [15] which are objects placed on the screen, enabling vision-based  ... 
doi:10.1109/sii.2015.7405081 dblp:conf/sii/SharmaJBSM15 fatcat:6mw4ksd3ajg6hkv3v2zjpuksve

An artificial life environment for autonomous virtual agents with multi-sensorial and multi-perceptive features

Toni Conde, Daniel Thalmann
2004 Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds  
We have developed three novel methodologies to map the information coming from the virtual sensors of vision, audition and touch as well as that of the virtual environment in the form of a 'cognitive map  ...  We will focus on two aspects: 1) the assignment problem: determining which sensory stimuli belong to the same virtual object and (2) the sensory recoding problem: recoding signals in a common format before  ...  Synthetic Touch Sensorial tactile information can be used to push buttons or to touch and handle objects.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cav.34 fatcat:bjzak32hbvbivptxhr5uohpn6e

Where you look can influence haptic object recognition

Rebecca Lawson, Amy Boylan, Lauren Edwards
2013 Attention, Perception & Psychophysics  
People were better at naming 2-D raised line drawings and 3-D small-scale models of objects and also real, everyday objects when they looked towards them.  ...  Thus, haptic object recognition was influenced by people's head position, although vision of their hand and the object was blocked.  ...  Vision has a larger field of view and greater acuity and allows us to recognize objects at a distance. When we explore objects haptically, we usually also look at our hands as they touch the object.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13414-013-0579-x pmid:24203675 fatcat:dpeldpch4nffnn7ri5ledtel3q

Deliverable 1.1 Tools and training for setting up a transformative network

Lynn Boekhoudt
2018 Zenodo  
This 'Tools and Training for Setting up a Transformative Network' deliverable is designed to support FIT4FOOD2030 Policy and City Lab coordinators in developing a sustainable network that has transformative  ...  Each module presents (example) exercises, followed by resources to gather background information on the module-topic and/or resources to (re-)design alternative exercises.  ...  What does (s)he look like? How does (s)he wake up? Where does (s)he go to during the day? What does that place look like? With whom does (s)he get in touch during the day?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4596488 fatcat:donvpzciy5gpbjzwk62ea2unge

Educational Implications of Tactility in Art

Marilyn Wolf
1983 Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education  
Through art, an individual expresses what he or she sees and feels. In the act of creation, the artist uses both sight and touch.  ...  As a preliminary step, I coordinated a fairly large tactile art exhibit in Athens, Georgia, and gathered data concerning observer reactions to having touched the sculpture on exhibit.  ... 
doi:10.17077/2326-7070.1057 fatcat:yyglgrmhwnhczkzhy2pzxqulvi
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