The visual perception of plane tilt from motion in small field and large field: Psychophysics and theory

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Subjects indicated the tilt of dotted planes rotating in depth, in monocular viewing, under perspective projection. The responses depended on the FOV (field of view) and on the angle W between the tilt and frontal translation (orthogonal to the rotation axis). Response accuracy increased with the FOV, and decreased with W. Our results support the processing of the second-order optic flow in all cases, but indicate that this flow is quantitatively small in small-field, leading to tilt ambiguities. We examine computational models based on the affine components of the optic flow to interpret our results. © 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Zhong, H., Cornilleau-Pérès, V., Cheong, L. F., Yeow, G. M., & Droulez, J. (2006). The visual perception of plane tilt from motion in small field and large field: Psychophysics and theory. Vision Research, 46(20), 3494–3513. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2006.04.003

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