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Critical flicker frequency (Nc) as a function of the length of line targets, 30 sec of visual angle in width, and Talbot luminance of targets, for two orientations, 60° and 90° from the vertical. Each point is based on five readings from each of two subjects.

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Table I Vertical flicker frequency (cps), for three lengths of line targets, 30 sec of visual angle in width, for two subjects and two orientations of target, 60° from the vertical and 90° from the vertical. Each entry is the mean of 5 consecutive readings.

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Table II Critical flicker frequency (cps), for three line-target luminances, for two subjects at two orientations, 60° and 90° from the vertical. Each entry is the mean of five consecutive readings.