Synchrony Does Not Promote Grouping in Temporally Structured Displays, Farid and Adelson

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QuickTime movies of our dynamic dot stimulus. (a) the 180 degrees straight condition; (b) the 120 degrees zig-zag condition; (c) the 90 degrees random-walk condition. The perception of form is visible only in condition (a) which is the only condition that contains a temporal contrast cue. The motion reversals in all three conditions are synchronized.