Local and global factors affecting the coherent motion of gratings presented in multiple apertures

@article{Alais1998LocalAG,
  title={Local and global factors affecting the coherent motion of gratings presented in multiple apertures},
  author={David Alais and Maarten van der Smagt and A. Van Den Berg and W. A. van de Grind},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={38},
  pages={1581-1591}
}
Using stimuli composed of two independent gratings viewed through multiple apertures, we investigate a number of parameters affecting the integration of locally ambiguous motions into globally coherent motion. In four experiments, we varied local factors (grating spatial frequency, speed, contrast, duty cycle, orientation) and global factors (degree of similarity and common fate between the gratings, and symmetry in the configuration of the grating pattern) and examined their effects on global… CONTINUE READING

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