An oblique effect for transparent-motion detection caused by variation in global-motion direction-tuning bandwidths
Despite evidence for the broad direction tuning of global-motion detectors, transparent motion can be detected with comparatively small angular separations. The exact means by which this broad population response is decoded to yield multiple signal directions remains unclear. Consequently, we sought to determine the relationship between angular separation thresholds for transparent motion and the direction-tuning bandwidth of global-motion detectors. Angular separation thresholds were assessed...[Show more]
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