Motion streaks provide a spatial code for motion direction

@article{Geisler1999MotionSP,
  title={Motion streaks provide a spatial code for motion direction},
  author={Wilson S. Geisler},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1999},
  volume={400},
  pages={65-69}
}
Although many neurons in the primary visual cortex (V1) of primates are direction selective, they provide ambiguous information about the direction of motion of a stimulus,. There is evidence that one of the ways in which the visual system resolves this ambiguity is by computing, from the responses of V1 neurons, velocity components in two or more spatial orientations and then combining these velocity components,,,,,,,. Here I consider another potential neural mechanism for determining motion… CONTINUE READING
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