Motion vision: Are ‘speed lines’ used in human visual motion?

  title={Motion vision: Are ‘speed lines’ used in human visual motion?},
  author={D. Burr},
  journal={Current Biology},
Motion analysis poses problems for any visual system, not least because of the ambiguities inherent in motion signals. Recent studies suggest that the human motion system may exploit 'motion streaks' - analogous to the cartoonist's speed lines - to help resolve the direction of ambiguous motion. 

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