|Title:||Akiyoshi's illusion pages|
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Akiyoshi Kitaoka is an Professor of psychology at the College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. He received a BSc from the Department of Biology, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan (1984), and received a PhD degree from the Institute of Psychology, University of Tsukuba (1991). He received the Kamitake Gakujutsu Prize from the Institute of Psychology, University of Tsukuba (1998). Dr. Kitaoka has extensively studied visual illusions including geometric illusions, lightness illusions, color illusions, motion illusions and stereoscopic illusions. A series studying visual phantoms was already published in four papers and will be further published in forthcoming papers. [Information of the supplier]
Caution: This page contains some works of "anomalous motion illusion", which might make sensitive observers dizzy or sick. Should you feel dizzy, you had better leave this page immediately.
|Table of contents:||Kitaoka / Psychology / visual illusions / geometric illusion / lightness illusion / color illusion / motion illusion / stereoscopic illusion / visual phantoms / Rotating snakes / illusion catalogue|
Nervous and sensory system (573.8)
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|Metadata update date:||2012-01-16|
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