# Show Thoughts

Localization of audiovisual targets is usually determined more by the location of the visual sub-target than on that of the auditory sub-target.

Especially in situations where visual stimuli are seen clearly and thus localized very easily, this can lead to the so-called ventriloquism effect (aka `visual capture') in which a sound source seems to be localized at the location of the visual target although it is in fact a few degrees away from it.