Perceptual organization in multistable apparent motion.

@article{Ramachandran1985PerceptualOI,
  title={Perceptual organization in multistable apparent motion.},
  author={Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Stuart M. Anstis},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1985},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={135-43}
}
Is motion perception based on a local piecemeal analysis of the image or do 'global' effects also play an important role? Use was made of bistable apparent-motion displays in trying to answer this question. Two spots were flashed simultaneously on diagonally opposite corners of a 1 deg wide square and then switched off and replaced by two spots appearing on the other two corners. One can either see vertical or horizontal oscillation and the display is bistable just as a Necker cube is. If… CONTINUE READING

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