The ACE Lab had a strong presence at the 26th annual conference of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS), held at the University of Ottawa from June 24th to June 26th. The lab was represented by Kathy Van Benthem, Robin Langerak, Chris Nicholson, Ramy Kirollos, Melanie Buset, and Kiah Prince, who presented posters on topics including predictors of aviator performance, embodiment and tool use in virtual reality, the impact of motion cues on working memory, and inducing motion percepts in stationary observers. The posters garnered a lot of attention and were well received. The lab is looking forward to the 2017 CSBBCS conference at the University of Regina.

You can check out the research posters here.