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Demonstration - Motion induced spatial shifts

Motion and spatial coding in the brain are, to some extent, independent. However, this movie shows that they also interact.

As the movie loops you should find that although the visual patterns are vertically aligned, they appear offset toward the different motion directions.

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Created: Monday, 23rd November 2009 by paulj
Modified: Thursday, 8th November 2012 by paulj
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