The motion aftereffect of transparent motion: Two temporal channels account for perceived direction

@article{Alais2005TheMA,
  title={The motion aftereffect of transparent motion: Two temporal channels account for perceived direction},
  author={David Alais and Frans A. J. Verstraten and David Charles Burr},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={45},
  pages={403-412}
}
Adaptation to orthogonal transparent patterns drifting at the same speed produces a unidirectional motion aftereffect (MAE) whose direction is opposite the average adaptation direction. If the patterns move at different speeds, MAE direction can be predicted by an inverse vector average, using the observer's motion sensitivity to each individual pattern as vector magnitudes. These weights are well approximated by the duration of each pattern's MAE, as measured with static test patterns. However… CONTINUE READING

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