Evidence for a Feature Tracking Explanation of Why Type II Plaids Move in the Vector Sum Direction at Short Durations

@article{Bowns1996EvidenceFA,
  title={Evidence for a Feature Tracking Explanation of Why Type II Plaids Move in the Vector Sum Direction at Short Durations},
  author={L. Bowns},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={36},
  pages={3685-3694}
}
When two moving sinusoidal gratings, with similar spatial frequency, contrast, phase, but different orientation are combined to form a plaid, their perceived direction of motion has been predicted by the intersection of constraints rule (IOC) (Adelson & Movshon, Nature, 300, 523-525, 1982). However, at short durations (60 msec) the direction of perceived motion has been predicted by the vector sum direction for "Type II" plaids (Yo & Wilson, Vision Research, 32, 1, 1992). Type II plaids are the… CONTINUE READING
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