Anisotropies in judging the direction of moving natural scenes
Although visual systems are optimized to deal with the natural visual environment, our understanding of human motion perception is in large part based on the use of artificial stimuli. Here, we assessed observers' ability to estimate the direction of translating natural images and fractals by having them adjust the orientation of a subsequently viewed line. A system of interleaved staircases, driven by observers' direction estimates, ensured that stimuli were presented near one of 16 reference...[Show more]
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