The coding of velocity of movement in the human visual system

@article{Thompson1984TheCO,
  title={The coding of velocity of movement in the human visual system},
  author={Peter Thompson},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1984},
  volume={24},
  pages={41-45}
}
A very simple model of velocity perception which requires only 17 channels is outlined. The important points of the model are that: (1) in each direction of movement just two temporal frequency channels are necessary at any spatial frequency, (2) at low temporal frequencies the spatial frequency domain is encoded by many channels, but only those at low spatial frequencies are direction-specific. Using a detection/discrimination technique the supposition that channels which detect high spatial… CONTINUE READING

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