Discussion of the findings from the 2D image study for students with CVI
Object identification, gaze behavior, and image saliency analysis
Object identification in cortical/cerebral visual impairment is characterized by gaze behavior and image saliency analysis. In this webinar, researchers uncover what sparked the need to analyze how students with CVI process images, and how this characterization came to light. The 2D image study’s findings can help us all understand how our students with CVI access their educational environments and how access can be improved and supported.
Presenters Matt Tietjen, Clare Manley, and Emily Cantillon present the progress of their 2D image study,
For further reading, see Optometry Times, “Cerebral Visual Impairment,” Charters and Merabet
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