Time, distance, and feature trade-offs in visual apparent motion.

@article{Burt1981TimeDA,
  title={Time, distance, and feature trade-offs in visual apparent motion.},
  author={Peter J. Burt and George Sperling},
  journal={Psychological review},
  year={1981},
  volume={88 2},
  pages={171-95}
}
A model of visual apparent motion is derived from four observations on path selection in ambiguous displays in which apparent motion of illuminated dots could, in principle, be perceived along many possible paths: (a) Whereas motion over each path is clearly visible when its stimulus is presented in isolation, motion is usually seen over only one path when two or more such stimuli are combined (competition), (b) Path selection is nearly independent of viewing distance (scale invariance). (c) At… CONTINUE READING
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