FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow

Lindemann JP, Kern R, Michaelis C, Meyer P, van Hateren JH, Egelhaaf M (2003)
Vision Research 43(7): 779-791.

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Lindemann JP, Kern R, Michaelis C, Meyer P, van Hateren JH, Egelhaaf M. FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow. Vision Research. 2003;43(7):779-791.
Lindemann, J. P., Kern, R., Michaelis, C., Meyer, P., van Hateren, J. H., & Egelhaaf, M. (2003). FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow. Vision Research, 43(7), 779-791.
Lindemann, J. P., Kern, R., Michaelis, C., Meyer, P., van Hateren, J. H., and Egelhaaf, M. (2003). FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow. Vision Research 43, 779-791.
Lindemann, J.P., et al., 2003. FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow. Vision Research, 43(7), p 779-791.
J.P. Lindemann, et al., “FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow”, Vision Research, vol. 43, 2003, pp. 779-791.
Lindemann, J.P., Kern, R., Michaelis, C., Meyer, P., van Hateren, J.H., Egelhaaf, M.: FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow. Vision Research. 43, 779-791 (2003).
Lindemann, Jens Peter, Kern, Roland, Michaelis, C, Meyer, P, van Hateren, JH, and Egelhaaf, Martin. “FliMax, a novel stimulus device for panoramic and highspeed presentation of behaviourally generated optic flow”. Vision Research 43.7 (2003): 779-791.
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