On the role of color in the perception of motion in animated visualizations

@article{Weiskopf2004OnTR,
  title={On the role of color in the perception of motion in animated visualizations},
  author={Daniel Weiskopf},
  journal={IEEE Visualization 2004},
  year={2004},
  pages={305-312}
}
Although luminance contrast plays a predominant role in motion perception, significant additional effects are introduced by chromatic contrasts. In this paper, relevant results from psychophysical and physiological research are described to clarify the role of color in motion detection. Interpreting these psychophysical experiments, we propose guidelines for the design of animated visualizations, and a calibration procedure that improves the reliability of visual motion representation. The… CONTINUE READING

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