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This paper investigates the development of an urban crowd simulation for the purposes of psychophysical experimentation. Whilst artificial intelligence (AI) is advancing to produce more concise and interesting crowd behaviours, the number or sophistication of the algorithms implemented within a system does not necessarily guarantee its perceptual realism. Human perception is highly subjective and does not always conform to the reality of the situation. Therefore it is important to consider thisdoi:10.1109/iv.2015.88 dblp:conf/iv/OConnorLJ15 fatcat:m3t5h5w2kneqjp3mdlz665riie