Motion perception by a moving observer in a three-dimensional environment.

@article{Dupin2013MotionPB,
  title={Motion perception by a moving observer in a three-dimensional environment.},
  author={Lucile Dupin and Mark Wexler},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={15}
}
Perceiving three-dimensional object motion while moving through the world is hard: not only must optic flow be segmented and parallax resolved into shape and motion, but also observer motion needs to be taken into account in order to perceive absolute, rather than observer-relative motion. In order to simplify the last step, it has recently been suggested that if the visual background is stationary, then foreground object motion, computed relative to the background, directly yields absolute… CONTINUE READING