Temporal dynamics of motion integration for the initiation of tracking eye movements at ultra-short latencies.

@article{Masson2000TemporalDO,
  title={Temporal dynamics of motion integration for the initiation of tracking eye movements at ultra-short latencies.},
  author={Guillaume S. Masson and Yves Rybarczyk and Eric Castet and Daniel R. Mestre},
  journal={Visual neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={753-67}
}
The perceived direction of a grating moving behind an elongated aperture is biased towards the aperture's long axis. This "barber pole" illusion is a consequence of integrating one-dimensional (1D) or grating and two-dimensional (2D) or terminator motion signals. In humans, we recorded the ocular following responses to this stimulus. Tracking was always initiated at ultra-short latencies (approximately 85 ms) in the direction of grating motion. With elongated apertures, a later component was… CONTINUE READING
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