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Grouping by common fate: when items grouped together,
they move together
Motion Parallax: things closer appear to be moving in
opposite direction, things farther away look like they are
moving with you
-from a moving perspective
Swinging Room Experiment: optic flow: wall looks like it
is moving towards or away from you
-for babies, they tried to readjust their stance to
compensate for the optic flow, they fall on their backs or
face
-Visual Capture: when there is a contradiction
between vision and other senses, sometimes vision will
take over
Neural Processing of Motion
Retina: two kinds of retinal ganglion
Magno cell: important for motion perception
-basis of all movement perception
-after things are on the retina, 10% of information
goes to the Superior Colliculus, all fibbers are magno
fibres
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