Professor of Visual Neuroscience
Phone: +44 118 378 5554
Fax: +44 118 378 6715
of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of
Reading, Reading RG6 6AL
Satnav postcode: RG6 7BE
Email: a.glennerster 'at' reading.ac.uk
I study human vision, particularly 3D vision. My main interest is in how
the visual system could represent the shape of surfaces and the layout
of a scene when the observer is free to move. I trained as a doctor
in Cambridge and studied stereo vision for my DPhil in the Psychology
department at Oxford.
I head an Immersive Virtual Reality Laboratory at the University of Reading
to study spatial perception and motor control
in freely-moving observers.
Current lab members:
Collaborators and previous members:
Some recent publications (more):
Lessons from reinforcement learning for biological representations of space.
Muryy, A., Siddharth, N., Nardelli, N., Glennerster, A., and Torr, P. H. arXiv preprint, arXiv:1912.06615 and Vision Research (in press).
No single, stable 3D representation can explain pointing biases in a spatial updating task
Vuong, J., Fitzgibbon, A.W. and Glennerster, A. (2019) Scientific Reports, 9 (1). 12578.
The science behind virtual reality displays
Scarfe, P. and Glennerster, A. (2019) Annual Review of Vision Science
, 5, 529-547
A single coordinate framework for optic flow and binocular disparity
Glennerster, A. and Read, J.C.A. (2018) arXiv, 1808.03875
Pointing Errors in Non-metric Virtual Environments
Muryy, A. and Glennerster, A. (2018) Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Preprint of: Perception and action without 3D coordinate frames
Glennerster, A. and Stazicker, J. URL: http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/13494
Comparison of view-based and reconstruction-based models of
human navigational strategy
Gootjes-Dreesbach, E.L., Pickup, L.C., Fitzgibbon, A.W. and Glennerster, A. (2017) Journal of Vision, 17(9), 11. doi: 10.1167/17.9.11
A moving observer in a 3D world
Glennerster, A. (2016) Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B, 371(1697), 20150265
Using high-fidelity virtual reality to study perception in freely moving observers
Scarfe, P. and Glennerster, A. (2015) Journal of Vision
Visual stability - what is the problem?
Glennerster, A. (2015) Frontiers in Psychology, 6:958
Understanding vision - just around the corner or a distant dream?
Glennerster, A. (2014) Current Biology, 34, R1145 - R1146
Humans use predictive kinematic models to calibrate visual cues to three-dimensional surface slant
Scarfe, P. and Glennerster, A. Journal of Neuroscience, 34, 10394-10401 (2014)
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