Most of the research carried out at VAL is motivated by the Visual Indexing Theory (also known as FINST Theory). For more information, read about the (FINST) Visual Indexing Theory and the relationship between visual attention, tracking, and indexing.
A quick summary of recent findings can be obtained by looking at the abstracts of the papers presented at the Vision Sciences Society conference (and others) over the last few years.
More detailed descriptions are also available for the following topics:
- Discussion on the Two Stage tracking model, error recovery, and perceptual grouping
- A network model of the FINST indexing mechanism
- Index maintenance during saccadic eye movements
- How "intelligent" is the index tracking process?
- Telelearning and Teleconferencing
- Visual Attention Research
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