Global Motion Gabor


A Gabor patch drifts briefly at one location by shifting the spatial phase of the sinusoid (short-range motion, or local motion), and it is then displaced to a new location (global motion, or long-range motion). A stimulus like this was used by Hedges et al. (2011, Curr Biol) to demonstrate that MT cells responded in a direction selective manner to local motion component and not to global motion.

Both monocular and binocular versions of this stimulus are implemented.



None reported.