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A temporal integration model is proposed that predicts the results reported in 4 psychophysical experiments. The main findings were (a) the initial part of a structure-from-motion (SFM) sequence influences the orientation evoked by the final part of that sequence (an effect lasting for more than 1 s), and (b) for oscillating SFM sequences, perceived slant is affected by the oscillation frequency and by the sign of the final gradient. For contracting optic flows (i.e., rotations away from the image plane), the sequence with the lowest oscillation frequency appeared more slanted; for expanding optic flows (i.e., rotations toward the image plane), the sequence with the highest oscillation frequency appeared more slanted.
Author(s): Domini F, Vuong QC, Caudek C
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
ISSN (print): 0096-1523
ISSN (electronic): 1939-1277
Publisher: American Psychological Association
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