August 22-27, 2021
43rd European Conference on Visual Perception

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Welcome

The 43rd European Conference on Visual Perception has now ended!

The very first ONLINE edition of ECVP featured original research on all aspects of visual perception, regardless of the scientific discipline (e.g., vision science, psychology, neuroscience, biology, computer vision), and addressed fundamental questions as well as applications.

Because of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic, the entire meeting was conducted online.



***Notifications***

  • We are happy to announce that the ECVP 2021 poster award sponsored by PeerJ goes to Lynn Schmittwilken (TU Berlin) for her work entitled “An active model of human edge sensitivity: Extracting edges via fixational eye movements”. Congratulations!

  • We hope everyone enjoyed the first ONLINE ECVP! Many thanks again to all Chairs, Co-chairs, reviewers, presenters, technical staff and attendees!!

  • The talk slides from the ECVP 2021 Business Meeting will be shared on OSF MEETINGS shortly.

  • Remember you can still replay all oral sessions using the online programme.

  • Just click the Zoom link to a past session and available movies will play.

  • Posters are also available to view via their Slack channels, which can also be used to contact the authors.

  • Presenters are encouraged to use the ECVP 2021 OSF MEETINGS page to make a permanent record of their talk slides/posters.

  • Please see the "Instructions" tab in the main menu if you need help with any aspect of the online meeting.

  • The organisers are also very grateful for the support of our sponsers and exhibitors. See the "Exhibitors" tab for details.


  • ***Reminders***

  • ECVP 2022 will take place in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. A link will appear here shortly.

  • ECVP 2023 will take place Pathos, Cyprus. A link will appear here shortly.

  • The "More..." menu also has information about Slack, OSF, Merchandise and Teams.

  • Contact information can also be found under the "More.." tab

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  • ECVP

    ECVP is an annual meeting devoted to the scientific study of vision, particularly visual perception and multisensory processes related to vision. Recently attracting between 700-900 participants from across Europe, North America and the Asian-Pacific region, ECVP is now one of the largest international conferences in the field.

    ECVP was first held in 1978. It is a travelling meeting, moving to a different European location and hosted by a different local organizing committee each year. The goal of the meeting is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of new developments in our understanding of human, animal and machine vision. Empirical, theoretical and applied perspectives are all encouraged.

    The meeting typically consists of talk and poster sessions, which are filled through an open call for papers. Submissions are encouraged from scientists at all levels, whether established, early career, post-doctoral or student researchers. Abstracts are peer reviewed and, if accepted for the meeting, published in the journal Perception.

    Details on past meetings can be found at http://ecvp.eu and open-access abstracts from past meetings here

    Perception/SAGE

    As in previous years all accepted abstracts will be published by SAGE in the journal Perception. The organiser's would like to acknowledge the continued support of SAGE in sponsoring the Perception Lecture and publishing the abstracts in open access format.

    Organizers

    Tiziano Agostini, Marco Bertamini, Claus-Christian Carbon, Cristina de la Malla, Dražen Domijan, Mark Greenlee, Michael Herzog, Brian Rogers, Katherine Storrs, Ian Thornton & Sunčica Zdravković


    Exhibitors/Sponsors

    The ECVP 2021 organisers gratefully acknowledge the participation of the following exhibitors and sponsors. Click the logo for further details.

    Keynote Speakers

    We are delighted to announce the names of the three Keynote speakers at this year’s ECVP:

    Jeremy Wolfe Professor of Ophthalmology and Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
    The Perception Lecture: "How do we search? When do we fail? Why do we care?"
    Laurie Wilcox Professor of Psychology, and member of the Centre for Vision Research at York University, Toronto, Canada.
    The ECVP Lecture: "Putting binocular depth perception in context"
    Pieter Roelfsema Professor and Director of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (KNAW) in Amsterdam
    The Rank Prize Funds Lecture: "The brain mechanisms for perceptual organization and Gestalt perception"


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    Jeremy Wolfe

    Jeremy Wolfe is Professor of Ophthalmology and Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School. He is Director of the Visual Attention Lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Wolfe received an AB in Psychology in 1977 from Princeton and his PhD in Psychology in 1981 from MIT. His research focuses on visual search and visual attention with a particular interest in socially important search tasks in areas such as medical image perception (e.g. cancer screening), security (e.g. baggage screening), and intelligence. His lab has been funded since 1982 by NIH (NEI, NIMH, NCI), NSF, AFOSR (Air Force), ONR (Navy), ARO (Army), Homeland Security, and the Nat. Geospatial Agency as well as by IBM, Google, Toshiba, Hewlett-Packard, & GE. Wolfe taught Intro. Psychology and other courses for 25 years, mostly at MIT. Leadership: Past President or Chair: Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences (FABBS), Psychonomic Soc, APA Division 3, Eastern Psychological Assoc, NAS Panel on Soldier Systems. Boards: Vision Sciences Society, APA Div 1, 6. Founding Editor-in-Chief of Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications (CRPI). Past-Editor of Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics. Wolfe also serves on the Oversight Committee of the North American Board of the Union for Reform Judaism. He was elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2019

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    Laurie Wilcox

    Laurie Wilcox is Professor of Psychology and a member of the Centre for Vision Research at York University, Toronto where she holds a Tier 2 York Research Chair. She completed her graduate degrees at the University of Western Ontario, and a Post-doctoral fellowship at McGill University in Montreal. In her fundamental research program she uses psychophysical methods to reveal properties of the neural mechanisms that underpin stereoscopic depth perception. A recurring research theme in her lab is the integration of depth from stereopsis and other sources of information. She is also interested in how and when stereoscopic depth information is used in more complex environments (both virtual and physical). Laurie has a strong interest in applied research questions and has long history of collaboration with industry partners such as IMAX, Christie Digital, and Qualcomm Inc. Her research is supported by funding from the Natural Science and Engineering Council of Canada

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    Pieter Roelfsema

    Pieter R. Roelfsema is the Director of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (KNAW) and professor at the Free University of Amsterdam and at the AUMC in Amsterdam. He received his MD degree in 1991 and his PhD degree in 1995. He moved to the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience in Amsterdam in 2002 and became director in 2007. He received a NWO-VICI award (2008) and an ERC-Advanced grant (2014). Roelfsema studies visual perception, plasticity and memory in the visual system of experimental animals, humans, and with neural networks. His main question is how neurons in different brain areas work together during seeing and thinking. Roelfsema studies how networks of neurons work together to perceive and solve cognitive tasks and how they configure themselves during learning. He develops the neurotechnology for high-bandwidth visual prostheses for blind people, aiming to restore a rudimentary form of sight. Roelfsema coordinates the Dutch neurotechnology initiative NeuroTech-NL.



    Showtime!

    Ever since the 2012 ECVP meeting in Alghero, there has been an “Illusion Evening” or “Demo Night” where contributors showed their new perceptual effects and illusions.

    At this year’s on-line ECVP2021, we will be organising a “Showtime!” event in which contributors from around the world will be able to show either (i) a new perceptual effect/illusion or (ii) a demonstration of a novel or unusual laboratory set-up for investigating perceptual phenomena. One advantage of having an on-line meeting this year is that contributors will not have to transport their displays and equipment over continents in order to demonstrate their phenomena. “Showtime!” presentations will be transmitted live from your lab (or home).

    If you would like to participate in “Showtime!”, please submit a short Abstract describing your new perceptual effect, illusion or laboratory demonstration to: showtime@ecvp2021.org

    The “Showtime!” committee will choose the best/most novel submissions for live presentation at the “Showtime!” event on Sunday, 22nd August, just after Jeremy Wolfe’s Perception Lecture. All other submissions will be shown in the GatherTown event that follows.

    The deadline for the submission of proposals is 6th August 2021.

    Further details of the Showtime! schedule will appear here in due course.

    ECVP Business Meeting

    The annual ECVP business meeting provides an opportunity for all attendees to directly influence the future of the conference. In addition to reports from the ECVP 2021 committee, we will have a presentation about ECVP 2022 and make a final decision about ECVP 2023.

    ECVP 2022 is being organised by Rob van Lier and colleagues, and will take place in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, between Sunday 28 August and Thursday 1 September 2022. In 2023, Koulla Mikellidou & Marios Avraamides have proposed to host the meeting in Paphos, Cyprus.

    By tradition, a venue is finally selected two years in advance. Proposals for groups wishing to organise ECVP three years hence and beyond are also welcome to express an interest and to gain an initial reaction from attendees. No decisions on such future meetings are usually taken at this point. If you are a potential future organizer, you may find the Organizers' User Manual particularly useful.

    This year's business meeting is scheduled for Friday 13:00 CEST. Please do try to attend. Details of joining the Zoom session will be sent to all attendees as for all other sessions.

    If you have items to add to the business meeting agenda, have general questions or would like further information about hosting ECVP in the future, please write to us using the info@ecvp2021.org address.

    Virtual Welcome Reception

    On Sunday 22 between 19:00-21:00 A Virtual Welcome Reception will take place in Gather.town!!

    This will be a chance to meet the organising team, socialise with other ECVP attendees as well as to talk to our Showtime! presenters and conference exhibitors.

    Just follow the links in the online programme and click “Enter” next to the starting letter of your surname!

    Hope to see you there!!

    Registration

    Registration for ECVP 2021 closed on August 15th.

    For further information, please use the "Contact" tab to reach the team via email.

    Eventbrite

    All registered participants should have been receiving emails from ECVP via our Eventbrite account.

    If you have not be receiving emails, please contact us via email as we may need to try a different address in order to reach you.

    In the meantime, you can view the email messages that have been sent via Eventbrite by clicking below...

    View Eventbrite mail archive

    Slack

    There is an ECVP 2021 workspace on the messaging platform Slack. You can join it by following the invitation link that was sent to you in an email titled "Message to attendees of ECVP 2021: Slack for posters". If you have not received an invitation link, please contact slack@ecvp2021.org

    Slack will be used in several ways:


  • To see and discuss posters. Follow the links in the programme to view each poster's "virtual poster board" on Slack. All posters can be viewed and discussed on Slack all week.

  • To discuss talk sessions. Follow the links in the programme to visit the Slack channel associated with each talk session or keynote. Here you can talk with attendees and speakers, and continue discussions after talk sessions end. Discussion channels will stay open all week.

  • To receive announcements from organisers. There is an "announcements" channel in which organisers can post updates, reminders, or changes to the schedule.

  • To chat with other conference attendees. There is an all-purpose "ecvp-chat" channel which can be used to ask questions, make comments, and clear up confusions.

  • To post and view job opportunities. There is a "job-opportunities" channel to help connect people who are looking for PhD, postdoc or other positions with potential mentors.

  • To talk with exhibitors. You can visit the exhibitor channels to discuss running online experiments with Prolific, or eyetracking and other research equipment with Pupil-Labs and SR Research.

  • To message other attendees. You can search for specific people in the search bar at the top of Slack, and can send them direct messages or hold one-on-one video calls within Slack.


  • If you have any questions about slack, you can either email or ask within the “ecvp-chat” channel on Slack.

    The ECVP 2021 Pub Quiz (online)

    Thank you to everyone who attempted the quiz during the meeting.

    The attendees with the highest scores (out of 44) by the final day were:

    1. David Rose (32)
    2. Mark Georgeson (30)
    3. Jasna Martinovic (29)

    Below, you can still take the quiz if you want to pit your wits against our champions, but you can also click here to see the correct solutions:

    The Quiz is all about information to do with ECVP and its history. However, even if you are new to ECVP you may be able to guess many of the answers. Or you can learn more before taking the Quiz by visiting www.ecvp.org or reading Spillmann (2003, "Re-Viewing 25 Years of ECVP—A Personal View").

  • First you will be asked for a name (or nickname) and email.
  • You can also do the quiz as a team (pick a team name and contact email).
  • Enter your answer to each of the 44 questions shown one at a time on the screen.
  • Please do not cheat: No mobile phone, google or looking things up in any way!
  • Take the test only once, any time between now and 11am on Friday (last day of the conference).
  • You may have an advantage if you are a regular at ECVP, but there are also general knowledge questions.
  • If you are a past organiser, please take the quiz but you will not qualify for a prize at the end.
  • Once started there is no "back" button.
  • Remember to click "finished" on the final page to record your results.


  • Correct answers and winners (need to be registered for ECVP) will be announced at the business meeting. We will send a t-shirt with the ECVP logo to the three highest scores! https://copiqv8mxq.cognition.run

    Enjoy!!!

    Marco Bertamini

    OSF | ECVP 2021

    We have created a permanent OSF MEETINGS repository which can be used to upload talk and poster materials.

    As you may know, the Open Science Framework (OSF) provides a number of resources for encouraging open collaboration in science.

    Our ECVP 2021 OSF repository is an optional feature that you may find useful for providing online access to your work both during and after the meeting. For example, poster presenters can upload their poster PDF to their ECVP OSF page and then provide a link from within their dedicated SLACK channel.

    To create an OSF page for your talk or poster, follow these steps:

    1) Create a new, blank email message in your mail app of choice

    2) Set the subject line to be your abstract code followed by your abstract title. For example,

    Doe_ATT_Poster_1234 : Can people attend to mulitple objects?

    Use the abstract code that was sent to you by email. You can also find this in the online programme.

    3) Paste a copy of your abstract text into the body of the email

    The body of the email will be converted into the Wiki for your OSF page. You can choose to just use the abstract text or you can also include the title, authors/affiliations, as you prefer. As with all OSF project pages, once created, you will have a "Description" section where you can add further information to identity the contributors. You will also be able to fully edit the Wiki that is established with this intitial email.

    4) Include an attachment.

    This can be your final presentation if it is ready. Alternatively, you can attach a temporary document, such as a screen shot of your abstract from the online programme, or a related text document. As with all OSF project pages, once created, you will be able to add new documents and edit existing ones. You must include some form of attachment, or your email request to create an OSF page will be declined.

    Send the email to either ECVP2021-poster@osf.io or ECVP2021-talk@osf.io depedending on the nature of your presentation.

    You will receive a confirmation email from OSF with a unique link to your presentation page. You will then have full access to upload any material you choose that may relate to your work (e.g., poster PDF, preprints, video files, raw data).

    You can also browse other ECVP 2021 presentations on OSF by visiting the OSF | ECVP 2021 page.

    If you have any questions about using OSF, just email us at osf@ecvp2021.org

    Abstract Verification

    Abstract submission to ECVP 2021 is now closed.

    ***As of July 16th, abstract decisions have been mailed to the contact email addresses provided during submission.***

    If you did not receive a message from abstracts@ecvp2021.org, please check your junk mail folder. If you do not find a message there, please email us at abstracts@ecvp2021.org

    However, you can also use the "Check Abstract Online" button to preview your abstract and verify the review decision using your abstract submission code.


    Further details of the online programme will also be posted shortly.

    If you have any questions about the abstracts please contact abstracts@ecvp2021.org



    Exhibitors

    The ECVP 2021 organisers gratefully acknowledge the participation of the following exhibitors and sponsors. Click the logo for further details.



    Contact us at info@ecvp2021.org if you have questions about our exhibitors or sponsors.



    Instructions

    Here you will find a collection of PDFs containing instructions that have been prepared during the course of the conference organisation.

    We will continue to add further instructions during the run up to the meeting.

    Intended Audience Title Click to Open
    All Attendees How to use ZOOM to attend talks and Showtime! PDF
    All Attendees How to use Gather.town to join the Virtual Welcome Reception PDF
    All Attendees How to use the online programme PDF
    All Attendees How to use Slack to attend poster sessions PDF
    All Authors Author Instructions & terms of submission PDF
    All Authors How to create a page and upload your presentation to OSF MEETINGS PDF
    Session Chairs & Co-Chairs Details on managing the online talk sessions PDF
    Talk presenters Details on preparing & presenting using Zoom PDF
    Talk presenters Optimising video when using Zoom PDF
    Poster presenters Details on how to upload and make the most of the SLACK poster sessions PDF

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    Coming soon...

    ECVP Organising Team(s)

    The organising committee for ECVP 2021 is as follows:

    Tiziano Agostini, Marco Bertamini, Claus-Christian Carbon, Cristina de la Malla, Dražen Domijan, Mark Greenlee, Michael Herzog, Brian Rogers, Katherine Storrs, Ian Thornton & Sunčica Zdravković

    The ECVP 2021 Zoom team is as follows:

    Tiziano Agostini, Raffaele Di Bin, Dražen Domijan, Alessandra Galmonte, Alberto Mariconda, Serena Mingolo, Mauro Murgia, Dean Skerlavaj, Fabrizio Sors

    The session chairs and co-chairs for ECVP 2021 are as follows:

    Nika Adamian, Hiroshi Ashida, Jutta Billino, Claus-Christian Carbon, Patrick Cavanagh, Dražen Domijan, Marc Ernst, Carlo Fantoni, Roland Fleming, Mark Georgeson, Alan Gilchrist, Mark Greenlee, Heiko Hecht, Michael Herzog, Kenneth Holmqvist, Todd Horowitz, Árni Kristjánsson, Dominique Lamy, Ayelet Landau, Rebecca Lawson, Charles Leek, Joan López-Moliner, Alexis Makin, Jasna Martinović, George Mather, Tim Meese, Claudia Muth, Jon Peirce, Karin Pilz, Sylvia Pont, Brian Rogers, Ruth Rosenholtz, Bruno Rossion, Kiley Seymour Art Shapiro, Joshua Solomon, Alessandro Soranzo, Branka Špehar, Philipp Sterzer, Kate Storrs, Dejan Todorović, Chris Tyler, Igor Utochkin, Jan Jaap van Assen, Loes van Dam, Simon Watt, Robin Welsch, Sophie Wuerger & Sunčica Zdravković

    The scientific (review) committee members for ECVP 2021 are as follows:

    Rossana Actis-Grosso, Nika Adamian, Barton Anderson, Derek Arnold, Maliha Ashraf, Daniel Baker, Alex Baldwin, Christoph Bernhard, Marina Bloj, Jenny Bosten, Eli Brenner, Isabelle Bulthoff, Roberto Caldara, Gideon Caplovitz, Tushar Chauhan, Chien-Chung Chen, Zhe Chen, Weilun Chou, Yann Coello, Matthew Cutone, Cristina de la Malla, Claudio de'Sperati, Dražen Domijan, Dicle Dövencioğlu, Stephen Engel, Robert Ennis, Casper Erkelens, Ulrich Ettinger, Fatima Felisberti, Steven Franconeri, Elena Gheorghiu, Martin Giese, Alan Gilchrist, Valerie Goffaux, Monica Gori, Thomas Grüter, Julie Harris, Gregor Hayn-Leichsenring, Dietmar Heinke, Michael Herzog, Paul Hibbard, Rebecca Hirst, Ignace Hooge, Anya Hurblert, Ivana Jakovljev, Bianca Jovanovic, Mariia Kaliuzhna, Elena Karakashevska, Michael Kavšek, Shaiyan Keshvari, Fred Kingdom, Yuki Kobayashi, Árni Kristjánsson, Dominique Lamy, Tim Ledgeway, João Linhares, Matteo Lisi, Janek Lobmaier, Marianne Maertens, Alexis Makin, Mauro Manassi, Belen Masia, Tim Meese, Sebastiaan Methot, Cathleen Moore, Kathleen Mullen, Caitlin Mullin, Ikuya Murakami, Mauro Murgia, Richard Murray, Peter Neri, Shin'ya Nishida, Haluk Öğmen, Thomas Papathomas, Cesare Parise, Martina Poletti, Sylvia Pont, Jay Pratt, Thomas Pronk, Meike Ramon, Giulia Rampone, Alexandra Reichenbach, Ron Rensink, Irene Reppa, Neil Roach, Martin Rolfs, Stephanie Rossit, Marcus Rothkirch, Andrew Schofield, Samuel Schwarzkopf, Nick Scott-Samuel, Irene Senna, Sarah Shomstein, Olga Shurygina, Josh Solomon, Fabrizio Sors, Philipp Sterzer, Viola Störmer, Ian Thornton, Evelina Thunell, Matteo Toscani, Niko Troje, John Tyson-Carr, Igor Utochkin, Richard van Wezel, Rob van Beers, Frans Verstraten, Tom Wallis, Paul Warren, Marlene Wessels, Jeremy Wolfe, Su-Ling Yeh, Tatsuya Yoshizawa, Elisa Zamboni, Johannes Zanker & Sunčica Zdravković

    ECVP 2021 T-Shirts & More!!

    Even though ECVP is online you can still have a real t-shirt, hat or bag with the logo.

    You can purchase directly here:

    https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/85543138

    We do not make money from these items, we offer them just as a way for people to have a memento.

    Contact email addresses

    Here you will find list of contact email addresses for ECVP 2021 which we have created to deal with specific issues. A member of the organising committee will be monitoring these addresses and will respond to any queries as quickly as possible.

    Address @ecvp2021.org Dealing with... Click to send mail
    abstracts For issuses with how your abstract appears online Send Mail
    zoom For issuses with connecting to talk sessions Send Mail
    talks If you have questions about preparing or presenting your talk Send Mail
    posters If you have questions about preparing or presenting your poster Send Mail
    slack For futher information on using SLACK for presenting or viewing posters Send Mail
    registration For issues relating to EVENTBRITE registration Send Mail
    showtime For further information about the Showtime! event Send Mail

    For all other general queries please use the following email: info@ecvp2021.org

    SAGE publishing

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    As in previous years all accepted abstracts will be published by SAGE in the journal Perception. The organiser's would like to acknowledge the continued support of SAGE in sponsoring the Perception Lecture and publishing the abstracts in open access format.

    SAGE Publishing is a global academic publisher of books, journals, and a growing suite of library products and services. For more information about all our products, please visit our website.

    Perception covers functional aspects of normal and abnormal perception and its underlying processes, whether from a psychophysical, neuroscience, developmental, comparative or applied perspective.
    It welcomes articles on all the sensory modalities, on multimodal and cross-modal studies, and empirical studies related to sensory-motor relations, perception in the arts, and conscious vs unconscious aspects of perception. Controversy, speculation and wit have always had a place in its editorial and ‘Short and sweet’ sections, in the spirit of its founding editor, Richard Gregory.

    i-Perception is an open access journal, well suited to publishing in emerging fields of perceptual research where movies and on-line demonstrations are essential, such as studies of motion, virtual reality, colour, visual arts and empirical aesthetics. Authors can publish their research as a Standard Article, Short Report or Short & Sweet. i-Perception also publishes Translations of key historical papers, Special Issues and Journal Club.



    For more information about ECVP 2021 exhibitors or sponsors, use the following email: info@ecvp2021.org

    PeerJ

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    PeerJ are excited to sponsor an award for the Best Poster presented by an early career researcher (ECR) at ECVP2021! The winner will receive a prize of a free publication in a PeerJ journal (subject to peer review), and a feature about their research on our blog site.

    PeerJ is the publisher of seven Open Access academic journals, including PeerJ Computer Science and our flagship journal PeerJ Life & Environment, which between them cover the full spectrum of visual perception research disciplines. Our mission is to give the academic community a unique and exciting publishing experience with the tools that it wants. We do this through Internet-scale innovation and Open Access licensing to save your time, your money, and to maximize recognition of your contributions. We aim to drive the costs of publishing down for the academic community, while improving the overall publishing experience, and providing authors with a publication venue suitable for the 21st Century.



    For more information about ECVP 2021 exhibitors or sponsors, use the following email: info@ecvp2021.org

    Pupil Labs

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    We founded Pupil Labs in 2014 around a single product - Pupil Core - a platform that is comprised of an open source software suite and a wearable eye tracking headset. Pupil Core is more than just a product, it is an open platform used by a global community of researchers. In a few short years, we grew from a 2 person company into a market leader in wearable eye tracking.

    We believe that great technology gets out of your way. We have taken steps towards realizing this vision in our newest product - Pupil Invisible. The first eye tracking device that truly looks and feels like a normal pair of glasses. No setup, no adjustments, no calibration.

    We are excited to see what you do with Pupil in your research, and every day life. Here is our latest product catalog. Feel free to get in touch with us via chat, or send us an email!



    For more information about ECVP 2021 exhibitors or sponsors, use the following email: info@ecvp2021.org

    Prolific

    Thank you for those who attend the session Conducting and Optimizing Online Research with Prolific on Sunday 22nd August.

    A recorded version of the presentation will be made available via SLACK and you can talk to us all week via our dedicated Prolific Slack Channel

    At Prolific, we strive to empower great research. We do this by enabling fast, reliable and large-scale data collection by connecting researchers with engaged and trustworthy participants around the world. Why do we do this? Because we believe that great research starts with quality data. Our mission is to make trustworthy data more accessible to everybody – from individuals to businesses to governments – and facilitate world-changing research.

    If you are new to Prolific, sign-up as a researcher using one of the links below to either receive £/$40 in Prolific credit, or £/$300 worth of representative samples credits for our platform:

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    For more information about ECVP 2021 exhibitors or sponsors, use the following email: info@ecvp2021.org

    Vision

    Vision are excited to sponsor the plenary lecture presented by Prof. Dr. Laurie Wilcox at ECVP2021! The speaker will receive a prize of a free publication, and all participants will receive a discount in Vision (subject to peer review).

    Vision (ISSN 2411-5150; Scopus and PubMed Indexed) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original articles, critical reviews, research notes, and short communications on all aspects of human and biological visual systems. This journal is dedicated to exploring all aspects of biological visual systems, including visual neuroscience, the genetics of vision, anatomy and developmental biology of the eye and visual system, ocular and neuronal cell biology, immunology and microbiology of the eye and visual system, ophthalmology and neurology of visual disorders, clinical and epidemiological research, cellular and systems imaging, bio-engineering and computational neuroscience, visual physiology of the eye and central nervous system, retinal function and disease, imaging visual physiology and psychophysics, and supporting technologies for vision research



    For more information about ECVP 2021 exhibitors or sponsors, use the following email: info@ecvp2021.org

    Rank Prize Funds

    The Rank Prize Funds have sponsored an annual Lecture at ECVP since 2007.

    The Rank Prize Funds is a British charity endowed by the late J. Arthur Rank. Reflecting Lord Rank’s business interests in flour milling, films and reprographics, the charity supports and rewards research in Nutrition and in Opto-electronics, including vision.



    For more information about ECVP 2021 exhibitors or sponsors, use the following email: info@ecvp2021.org