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A program to generate synthetic walkers as dynamic point-light displays

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Cutting, J.E. A program to generate synthetic walkers as dynamic point-light displays. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation 10, 91–94 (1978). https://doi.org/10.3758/BF03205105

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Keywords

  • Biological Motion
  • Step Cycle
  • Display Time
  • Visual Motion Perception
  • Gait Perception