A set of high-order spatiotemporal stimuli that elicit motion and reverse-phi percepts.

@article{Hu2010ASO,
  title={A set of high-order spatiotemporal stimuli that elicit motion and reverse-phi percepts.},
  author={Qin Hu and Jonathan D. Victor},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={9.1-16}
}
Detection of motion is a crucial component of visual processing. To probe the computations underlying motion perception, we created a new class of non-Fourier motion stimuli, characterized by their third- and fourth-order spatiotemporal correlations. As with other non-Fourier stimuli, they lack second-order correlations, and therefore their motion cannot be detected by standard Fourier mechanisms. Additionally, these stimuli lack pairwise spatiotemporal correlation of edges or flicker-and thus… CONTINUE READING

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