Effects of motion on blur discrimination

@inproceedings{PWikk2002EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of motion on blur discrimination},
  author={A. K. PWikk and M.. and K Z Morgan},
  year={2002}
}
Blur-discrimination thresholds for moving, Gaussian-blurred edges were measured. Our results show that motion produces equivalent spatial blur. The velocity dependence of this blur is linear, and its extent can be predicted by a temporal impulse response with a standard deviation of -5 ms in normal room light. This blur is most likely to result from cameralike summation and not from the use of larger spatial filters for moving than for stationary objects. As a function of reference blur, blur… CONTINUE READING