Spatio-velocity CSF as a function of retinal velocity using unstabilized stimuli

@inproceedings{Laird2006SpatiovelocityCA,
  title={Spatio-velocity CSF as a function of retinal velocity using unstabilized stimuli},
  author={Justin Laird and Mitchell R. Rosen and Jeff B. Pelz and Ethan D. Montag and Scott J. Daly},
  booktitle={Human Vision and Electronic Imaging},
  year={2006}
}
LCD televisions have LC response times and hold-type data cycles that contribute to the appearance of blur when objects are in motion on the screen. New algorithms based on studies of the human visual system’s sensitivity to motion are being developed to compensate for these artifacts. This paper describes a series of experiments that incorporate eyetracking in the psychophysical determination of spatio-velocity contrast sensitivity in order to build on the 2D spatiovelocity contrast… CONTINUE READING
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