How much can we see, attend to, and process within our field of view? How can multi-tasking affect our field of view? Is there a reliable way to measure and test this?
How can information in an image help us solve a problem? Can inexperienced problem solvers become more accurate if we cue them on where to look in an image?
Is there a way to classify images based on their characteristics that will make them easier to find in a search?
How can we lessen the demands on computer displays? Can we save processing resources by making displays gaze-contingent with high resolution only at the center of vision?
How fast must the high-resolution center of a gaze-contingent multi-resolutional display be updated? Will perception or performance be affected?
What are the limits of human visual resolution? How can we make a gaze-contingent multi-resolutional display match these limits?
How does blur in an image affect perception and performance?