What is the speed to transparent and kinetic-boundary displays?

@article{Bruyn1999WhatIT,
  title={What is the speed to transparent and kinetic-boundary displays?},
  author={Bart De Bruyn and Guy A. Orban},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1999},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={703-9}
}
To compare transparent motion and kinetic boundaries with unidirectional motion, in many studies the relative motion is generated by superimposing or adjoining unidirectional motions oriented in opposite directions. The presumption, tacitly underlying this comparison, is that the two oppositely directed velocities are independent of one another as far as their speed is concerned, i.e. the speed of the relative motion is presumed to be equivalent to the speed of the unidirectional components… CONTINUE READING

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