Gaze behaviour

Gaze behaviour

Eye movements of participants occur in three different observed speeds of quick-scanning (t <0,1s), scanning (0,1s < t < 0,5s), and gazing (t >0.5s). The eye movement speed and behaviour differs per sequence and is influenced by: [1] the panning movement of the visual array, [2] the amount of occasions in the form of moving persons or traffic, [3] the parallax effect and speed of optical flow of perceived objects in relation to their background [4] the spatial form quality, defined by space type (X-types, O-types or in-between) and explicitness defined by vagues, suggests, or volumes, [5] the perception of place-quality agents in relation to space-establishing elements, [6] the rate of complexity or coherence of SEE’s and PQA’s attributes and composition, and [7] the occurrence of vistas and that provide serial vision in the visual array.

 

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