[visionlist] Local global motion GIF

Ben Backus ben.backus at gmail.com
Sat Feb 29 16:39:26 -04 2020

There's a link to the putative source at this web site

Here's a Matlab live script with an explanation, attached. It can be
re-saved as an m-file, or just use it as pseudocode. It shows how the
stimulus changes over time. The actual cause of the motion is described in
the three references at the top of the script. I don't think one needs to
appeal to reverse phi here, just spatial-frequency-selective motion
detectors. Since the stimulus is not periodic at the same fine scale as the
lines within it, it can engage low-spatial-frequency mechanisms.


On Fri, Feb 28, 2020 at 7:48 PM Saul, Alan <ASAUL at augusta.edu> wrote:

> I'd appreciate pointers to who originally made this nice GIF:
> https://gfycat.com/earnestplaincamel
> Thanks.
> Alan Saul
> Dept. of Ophthalmology
> Augusta University
> asaul at augusta.edu
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Ben Backus
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Assoc. Prof. Emeritus, SUNY College of Optometry (bbackus at sunyopt.edu)
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