Sensory-feedback analysis of behavior in stereotelevised visual fields
AbstractThis research has devised special methods of 3-dimensional television in order to explore several main problems of visual-feedback control of behavior: (a) evaluate techniques of achieving remote mobile 3-dimensional vision; (b) analyze sensory-feedback control of behavior by means of 3-dimensional vision; (c) preliminarily evaluate the design problems of machines guided with remote stereotelevision and similar display channels. The research was divided into 2 main parts––an initial phase of equipment development and evaluation and a 2nd phase of controlled experiments. The initial experiments have been reported earlier. In this sensory-feedback research, the results indicate that stereotelevised feedback has major visual limitations, which can be overcome in part by instrumental control and that different task patterns with 3-dimensional remote vision present specialized characteristics of sensory feedback, dynamic in nature and best assessed by direct visual-feedback research.