An analysis of optic flow observed by infants during natural activities

Rick O. Gilmore
Global pattern of optic flow can distinguish between different types of self-motion, such as rotation versus translation and forward/backward translation from up/down or side-to-side translation. The circumstances in which human observers produce different types of eye, head, and body motions differ across the life span, in part due to changes in locomotor abilities and declines in the frequency of passive locomotion. Scene geometry and body posture and position also contribute to the statistics of optic...
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