An extension of the transport-motion detection limit using speed-tuned global-motion systems
When transparent motion is defined purely by direction differences, no more than two signal directions can be detected simultaneously. This limit appears to occur because higher signal intensities are required to detect transparent motion compared with uni-directional motion (Edwards, M., & Greenwood, J. A. (2005). The perception of motion transparency: A signal-to-noise limit. Vision Research, 45, 1877-1884). Increasing the effective signal intensities should therefore increase the number of...[Show more]
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