Streaming and bouncing: Observations on motion defined objects.
When two identical objects move in opposite directions on the same path and at the same speed, they can appear, after crossing over, to continue in their original directions (streaming), or to reverse direction (bouncing). In order to be able to manipulate visibility by adding noise, we used objects defined by contrast, flicker, or motion, and thereby extended previous findings on luminance-defined objects. Two identical rectangles (1.1 x 1.4°) composed of random dot patterns moved toward each...[Show more]
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