Thomas Wright
Thomas Wright
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Sensory Substitution as an Artificially Acquired Synaesthesia
J Ward, T Wright
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 41, 26-35, 2014
622014
“That’s not a real body”: Identifying stimulus qualities that modulate synaesthetic experiences of touch
H Holle, M Banissy, T Wright, N Bowling, J Ward
Consciousness and cognition 20 (3), 720-726, 2011
462011
Cross-modal correspondences enhance performance on a colour-to-sound sensory substitution device
G Hamilton-Fletcher, TD Wright, J Ward
Multisensory Research 29 (4-5), 337-363, 2016
172016
The Evolution of a Visual-to-Auditory Sensory Substitution Device using Interactive Genetic Algorithms
T Wright, J Ward
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (8), 1620-1638, 2013
152013
Using an auditory sensory substitution device to augment vision: evidence from eye movements
TD Wright, A Margolis, J Ward
Experimental brain research 233 (3), 851-860, 2015
92015
Where’s Wally? Audio–visual mismatch directs ocular saccades in sensory substitution
TD Wright, J Ward, S Simonon, A Margolis
Seeing and Perceiving 25, 61-61, 2012
42012
Sensory Substitution Devices as Advanced Sensory Tools
TD Wright, J Ward
Sensory substitution and augmentation, 2018
12018
Towards a better understanding of sensory substitution: the theory and practice of developing visual-to-auditory sensory substitution devices
TD Wright
University of Sussex, 2014
2014
Evolving the ideal visual-to-auditory sensory substitution device using interactive genetic algorithms
TD Wright, G McAllister, J Ward
i-Perception 2 (8), 746-746, 2011
2011
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