Book chapter

Stereo Rotation Standstill and Related Illusions

Published inThe Oxford compendium of visual illusions, Editors Shapiro, Arthur G.; Todorović, Dejan, p. 726-732
PublisherNew York, NY, US : Oxford University Press
Publication date2017-06-22

Unfortunately, experimental psychometrical data about the FRI and its variants are scarce, and we can only speculate about the underlying mechanisms. However, neither rotational induced motion nor its aftereffect or motion capture seem to fully explain the illusions we present here. Rather, interactions between two branches of our motion visual system—one concerned with object-surround segregation located in the inferior temporal cortex, which receives inputs from MT and possibly from MST1 “motion border cells,” and one concerned with complex (rotational) motion situated in MSTd or higher up—may be a more suitable explanation for our illusions.

  • Illusion
  • Stereo rotation standstill
  • Stereo rotation capture
  • Motion standstill
  • Motion capture
  • Complex motion
  • Flicker
Citation (ISO format)
DÜRSTELER, Max R., LORINCZ, Erika. Stereo Rotation Standstill and Related Illusions. In: The Oxford compendium of visual illusions. New York, NY, US : Oxford University Press, 2017. p. 726–732. doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199794607.003.0106
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