Speed tuning of motion segmentation and discrimination

@article{Masson1999SpeedTO,
  title={Speed tuning of motion segmentation and discrimination},
  author={Guillaume S. Masson and Daniel R. Mestre and Leland S. Stone},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={39},
  pages={4297-4308}
}
Motion transparency requires that the visual system distinguish different motion vectors and selectively integrate similar motion vectors over space into the perception of multiple surfaces moving through or over each other. Using large-field (7 degrees x 7 degrees) displays containing two populations of random-dots moving in the same (horizontal) direction but at different speeds, we examined speed-based segmentation by measuring the speed difference above which observers can perceive two… CONTINUE READING

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