In article <533nhd$o0e at portal.gmu.edu>, herwin at mason2.gmu.edu (HARRY R.
>Suppose I have two objects in a scene like so:
>>I understand that the bat auditory system is believed to determine
>horizontal and vertical angle independently. Has anyone worked out how
>following perception is avoided?
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Wouldn't head rotation solve this conflict? Moving the head (sensory
organs) would move the horizontal and vertical angles.
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