Pushing the limits of transparent-motion detection with binocular disparity
When transparent motion is defined purely by direction differences, observers fail to detect more than two signal directions simultaneously [Edwards, M., & Greenwood, J.A. (2005). The perception of motion transparency: A signal-to-noise limit. Vision Research, 45, 1877-1884]. This limit is strongly related to signal-detection thresholds for transparent motion, which are several times higher than uni-directional thresholds. When the effective signal intensities are elevated by speed differences...[Show more]
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