Visual inertia in apparent motion

@article{Anstis1987VisualII,
  title={Visual inertia in apparent motion},
  author={Stuart Anstis and Vilayanur S. Ramachandran},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1987},
  volume={27},
  pages={755-764}
}
Four dots in an imaginary diamond were flashed in succession to give ambiguous apparent motion (AM). The top and bottom dots were flashed at time t1 and replaced by the left and right dots at time t2. If two priming dots were flashed beforehand at time t0 in line with two parallel sides of the diamond, AM was seen along those sides. We call this "visual inertia". The amount of visual inertia (measured by a null method) fell off with increasing angle between the priming dot and the side of the… CONTINUE READING

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