Form from motion parallax and form from luminance contrast: vernier discrimination.

@article{Regan1986FormFM,
  title={Form from motion parallax and form from luminance contrast: vernier discrimination.},
  author={D. Regan},
  journal={Spatial vision},
  year={1986},
  volume={1 4},
  pages={305-18}
}
  • D. Regan
  • Published 1986 in Spatial vision
UNLABELLED Some objects are perfectly camouflaged when stationary, but are clearly visible when moving; the boundaries of such an object are defined entirely by motion parallax. Little is known about the eye's ability to make spatial discriminations between motion-defined objects. In this study, subjects viewed a pseudo-random pattern of dots within which a camouflaged bar was made visible by relative motion of dots. Vernier acuity for the motion-defined bar was 27-45 sec arc for three subjects… CONTINUE READING

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