Two processes in stereoscopic apparent motion

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This study investigated the human ability to discriminate the motion direction of sequentially presented depth patterns produced by random-dot stereograms. The stereoscopic (cyclopean) patterns used here consisted of 256 rectangle patches, each of which had an alternative depth position (near or far). Two successive frames of correlated depth patterns made impressions of lateral motion when the pattern position in the second frame shifted laterally. The density of the patches that were near was varied. The D(max) that was measured using the 2AFC method was short when the density was high. The effect of depth reversing in the second frame was also tested. Under low density conditions, the performance was still good against reversing 3-D polarity. However, when the density was high, with depth reversal, motion in the reversed direction was perceived. Reversed motion was observed more often when SOA was small and when the density of near patches was near 1/2. Two strategies seem to exist in stereoscopic motion detecting: a polarity- independent process which matches figures, ignoring their depth polarity, and a polarity-dependent process which operates locally, ignoring 2-D shapes. The latter suggests the existence of a passive process in stereoscopic motion.

元の言語英語
ページ(範囲)2739-2748
ページ数10
ジャーナルVision Research
39
発行部数16
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出版物ステータス出版済み - 8 1 1999

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  • Sensory Systems

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Two processes in stereoscopic apparent motion. / Ito, Hiroyuki.

:: Vision Research, 巻 39, 番号 16, 01.08.1999, p. 2739-2748.

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Ito, Hiroyuki. / Two processes in stereoscopic apparent motion. :: Vision Research. 1999 ; 巻 39, 番号 16. pp. 2739-2748.
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