Brittney Hartle, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow, York University
I am a vision scientist and natural problem solver that has tackled a variety of complex questions over my research career. I have extensive experience conceptualizing, developing, and programming vision experiments, analyzing data, and communicating results through accessible presentations and published papers.
I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at York University in Toronto, Canada. My current research focuses on evaluating the effectiveness of flight simulators to generate aviation-relevant visual illusions.
My previous doctoral research focused on the interactability of objects and depth perception in virtual reality environments relative to carefully matched physical objects. My applied research projects have focused on a variety of different industry sectors, including designing aviation relevant tasks to assess stereopsis and binocular vision requirements in military aviation, preferences for depth and movement in 3D film, and measuring real world visual distortions in augmented reality prototypes.