Propagation of local motion correspondence

  title={Propagation of local motion correspondence},
  author={Takeo Watanabe and Robert Cole},
  journal={Vision Research},
We examined how the direction of apparent motion in one part of a scene can propagate and constrain motion direction in another part. The stimulus scene consisted of an array of dots all moving in the same physical direction at the same time. According to the proximity rule, the dots in the interior of the array should appear to move rightward and the dots at the edges should appear to oscillate horizontally. However, we found that: (1) with long frame durations, the interior dots also appeared… CONTINUE READING

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