Apparent fineness of briefly presented gratings: balance between movement and pattern channels

@article{Kulikowski1975ApparentFO,
  title={Apparent fineness of briefly presented gratings: balance between movement and pattern channels},
  author={Janus J. Kulikowski},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1975},
  volume={15},
  pages={673-680}
}
Gratings presented for 20-60 msec look finer (up to 1.3 times) than when stationary; moreover, coarse gratings reversed in contrast at a rate above 8 Hz appear to double their spatial frequency. The dependence of these “magnification” phenomena on presentation time, contrast and a range of spatial frequency was examined by matching the spatial frequencies of the intermittently and continuously presented gratings. The detection of movement (or flicker) was found to be a necessary condition for… CONTINUE READING

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