A new transparent motion aftereffect

@article{Smagt1999ANT,
  title={A new transparent motion aftereffect},
  author={Maarten van der Smagt and Frans A. J. Verstraten and Wim A. van de Grind},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={1999},
  volume={2},
  pages={595-596}
}
We report a visual motion aftereffect (MAE) that reveals simultaneous adaptation in independent motion channels coding for 'slow' or for 'fast' velocities. Dynamic random noise test patterns with low refresh frequencies or static test patterns can be used to test for MAEs mediated by slow channel adaptation, whereas MAEs produced by fast channel adaptation may be detected with noise patterns refreshed at high rates. After adaptation to transparent motion containing both a slow and a fast… CONTINUE READING

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