Motion transparency: making models of motion perception transparent.

@article{Snowden1999MotionTM,
  title={Motion transparency: making models of motion perception transparent.},
  author={Snowden and Verstraten},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  year={1999},
  volume={3 10},
  pages={369-377}
}
In daily life our visual system is bombarded with motion information. We see cars driving by, flocks of birds flying in the sky, clouds passing behind trees that are dancing in the wind. Vision science has a good understanding of the first stage of visual motion processing, that is, the mechanism underlying the detection of local motions. Currently, research is focused on the processes that occur beyond the first stage. At this level, local motions have to be integrated to form objects, define… CONTINUE READING

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