Unmitigated visual search and cognition beyond the two dimensions of a monitor, applied to our three-dimensional world.
From scientifically grounded theory to the real world and back...
How quickly can you find the climber and his rope?
My focus is on a more empirical and methodological line of research into the cognitive processes associated with visual search in three-dimensions without the use of screens or monitors. How do classic laboratory findings in visual search and attention extend to three dimensional search? How do we empirically model 3D search tasks?