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The SMI RED-m by SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI), which was used to build the classroom, is a fully portable, high-performance remote eye tracking device which allows researchers to study visual perception in virtually any location and environment.
Consequently, occupational therapists routinely assess visual perception, particularly when working with clients who present with pre-existing clinical conditions commonly associated with visual perceptual dysfunction (American Occupational Therapy Association, 1991, 2008; Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, 1990).
Professor Renalto Pocaterra, an eye care professional and researcher at the University of Milan Bicocca, discussed the statistics released by the Italian National Institute of Statistics in 2008, which revealed a direct causal link with visual perception in 59% of road accidents.
FACT is also setting up its own Exploratory Laboratory, with the help of boffins from Liverpool university's visual perception lab.
In the case of visual perception, some people can actually see the perceptual shift in their Mind's Eye (Wettlaufer, 2003).
The credo uniting Balk's disparate output appeared on a piece of laminated paper embedded within Photo Magnetic Receiver, installation component, 2009, a rambling, collagelike installation made from found and fabricated elements: "Material objects have a dual physicality; half is available to visual perception and the other, its complement, falls just beyond our current configuration of perceptual capabilities.
In this issue, the Collections and Spotlight features "speak" loudly and clearly about the power of visual perception, while both essays, with their spectacular photographic components, focus on distinctive and highly innovative forms of architecture.
Tovee, offers a concise but detailed account of how the visual system is organised and functions to produce visual perception.
But whether or not playing tennis sharpens visual perception is a "chicken or egg" question they cannot yet answer.
Her methodological approach is to begin with a detailed theoretical account of historical changes in visual perception and then to use this account to bring to light a Buhnenform, or structure of theater, that she calls the "unknown variable" of her study.