Effects of adapting luminance and stimulus contrast on the temporal and spatial limits of short-range motion

@article{Dawson1990EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of adapting luminance and stimulus contrast on the temporal and spatial limits of short-range motion},
  author={Michael Dawson and Vincent Di Lollo},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={30},
  pages={415-429}
}
Perception of short-range motion was studied as a function of adapting luminance and of stimulus contrast in computer simulations and in psychophysical experiments. The stimuli were random dots plotted on an oscilloscope in two sequential frames, separated by an inter-stimulus interval (ISI). Both in the simulations and in the empirical studies, we estimated the maximum spatial displacement (dmax) between corresponding dots in the successive frames, and the maximum ISI (tmax) at which coherent… CONTINUE READING

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