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Journal of Vision
Beghi, Xausa, & Zanforlin (1991a) and Beghi, Xausa, De Biasio, & Zanforlin (1991b) have presented visual stereokinetic phenomena. When a bar is rotated in the image plane, it appears to be slanted in depth. Likewise, when a circle with an off-centered dot is rotated, a three-dimensional (3-D) cone is perceived. Finally, when an ellipse is rotated in the image plane, an ellipsoid is perceived that is tilted in depth. To explain these phenomena, Beghi et al. (1991a,b) offer an analytic model thatdoi:10.1167/3.10.5 pmid:14640886 fatcat:t5o4rvl4n5gy5nueibe3xeujsi