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University of Wisconsin - Madison
Department of Psychology
Disparity- and velocity- based signals for 3D motion perception in human MT+
Overall geometry in these animations was similar to that in our experimental stimuli. Dot densities and sizes were adjusted to yield qualitatively similar percepts. Free fuse (either crossed or un-crossed) the left- and right-half images to achieve the 3D percepts.
Horizontal dichoptically-separated motion (MTD) (blue).
Horizontal monocularly-paired motion (cyan).
Vertical dichoptically-separated motion (red).
Vertical monocularly-paired motion (yellow).