Neural mechanisms underlying sensitivity to reverse-phi motion in the fly

@inproceedings{Leonhardt2017NeuralMU,
  title={Neural mechanisms underlying sensitivity to reverse-phi motion in the fly},
  author={Aljoscha Pascal Leonhardt and Matthias Meier and Etienne Serbe and Hubert Eichner and Alexander Borst},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
Optical illusions provide powerful tools for mapping the algorithms and circuits that underlie visual processing, revealing structure through atypical function. Of particular note in the study of motion detection has been the reverse-phi illusion. When contrast reversals accompany discrete movement, detected direction tends to invert. This occurs across a wide range of organisms, spanning humans and invertebrates. Here, we map an algorithmic account of the phenomenon onto neural circuitry in… CONTINUE READING
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