To characterize responses to unpolarized motion stimuli, a sparse random dot pattern was presented on the LED display that simulated forward translational optic-flow (thrust), with the frontal point of expansion approximately at the eye-equator. Approximately 1% of LEDs in the display were illuminated in each frame of the pattern, with all other LEDs off (0.83 Weber contrast). Windowed regions of this pattern were presented sequentially (lateral-left: −90°:−50° azimuth; frontal: −40°:+40° azimuth; lateral-right: +50°:+90° azimuth; each covering the full elevation extent of ±30°) followed by the whole pattern (−90°:+90° azimuth). Motion was presented in each region for 4 s, with an inter-trial period of 4 s with all LEDs off. This procedure was repeated twice.

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