2005 Volume 14 Issue 1 Pages 59-72
In Mizumoto & Ishikawa (2002), we introduced a paradigm of experiment which is of interest to both psychology as well as philosophy. This experiment involved a subject wearing a Head-Mount Display (HMD) while a camera was set up in the upper corner of the same room in which the subject was to be found. In the experiment images were sent wirelessly from the camera to the HMD, so that the subject could observe himself from the third-person perspective through the HMD. In this paper we will discuss the interdisciplinary aspect of this experiment, presenting specific results of psychological experiments as examples together with outlines for further experiments.