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2017/10/18: Lew & Howe (2016)

After examining the stimuli photos from Lew & Howe (2016),  I came to the conclusion that even schema-irrelevant objects have more or less expected locations. For instance, placing boots in the middle of the kitchen is unusual, but putting a hat on the kitchen table is less so. Reference Lew, A. R., & Howe, M. L. (2016). Out of Place, Out of Mind: Schema-Driven False Memory Effects for Object-Location Bindings. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

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2017/10/13: Lighting and 3D models

To create realistic light, set environment lighting to colour and use white. To find suitable 3D models for my virtual kitchen, I looked for models on

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2017/10/12: HPC activity and graphics in Unity

Frankland et al. (2005) reviews that HPC ripple activity is temporally correlated with cortical slow-wave spindles in the MPFC. This could be related to the integration of memories into existing schema. Unity tutorial on graphics: If I want to spawn objects at random locations, it would be problematic to pre-compute the lighting. Would it be a solution to be used mixed baking and have all the items, which do not change their location, as static because they have light maps? Use linear colour space because it is more realistic. This goes well with using HDR. When using HDR cameras, the…

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