Audio-Visual temporal integration
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Published on Monday 17th July, 2006 at 10:51:34.
Peer review added 28th July, 2013 at 15:44:47
You might want to look into the literature on similar findings further. It doesn’t sounds like there’s anything new here yet, see Miller 1986 P&P. (now AP&P). That’s just one paper. I’ve heard that interpretation of the difference between visual and auditory perception is so that perceptual synchrony occurs at about arms length but that would be much shorter times than observed. The physics of the visual detector are much more complex and slower than the auditory one and the mind must become accustomed to sliding them around a bit to get a unified perception.
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