Chapter 2 Limits

Temporal crowding also impairs TOJs e.g. in color-motion alternation, explaining why Nishida & Johnston 2004 found reduction in asynchrony with longer cycle times

Lucille Ball on the chocolate assembly line. On a real assembly line, there are many workers/processes involved and to know what limits capacity/throughput, you have to know about each, serial/parallel, time to complete.

Are the errors spatial, are they temporal

What limits human running speed? You have to know a lot about biomechanics.

Constraints on tracking - speed, spatial, temporal

Temporal crowding prevents access to transients (e.g. Nishida & Johnston 2002 asynchrony was gone at long cycle times, participants were likely forced into using feature binding at shorter intervals. Does that conflict with Fujisaki & Nishida?)