Latest Visual perception Stories
Over the millennia of human evolution, our brains developed a pattern of search based largely on environmental cues and scene context. It's an ability that has not only helped us find food and avoid danger in humankind's earliest days, but continues to aid us today, in tasks as banal as driving to work, or shopping; or as specialized as reading X-rays.
Cone receptors in the human eye lose their color sensitivity with age, but our subjective experience of color remains largely unchanged over the years.
Researchers from the University of California in Berkeley have finally pinpointed the area of the brain responsible for not only seeing fast-moving objects, but responding to them as well.
According to new study, the iconic Russian tile-matching game Tetris can also be used to correct the condition known as amblyopia, or lazy eye.
A new study finds that the Diopsys NOVA-LX Visual Evoked Potential (VEP) Vision Testing System can help optometrists and ophthalmologists distinguish healthy from glaucomatous eyes, which is especially
Today the FDA approved an artificial retina that is the first device of its kind to treat a form of progressive blindness that begins in young adulthood and partially restore sight.
Scientists have developed a quick, easy and cheap vision test to find out which part – and how much – of the brain of a stroke victim has been damaged, potentially enabling them to save more lives.
Researchers have shown that blind people, even those with lifelong blindness, can learn to process visual input using sound.
Consciousness and perception have long been understood as being interlinked. But our perceptions may be related less to our sense of sight than was previously understood.
A new study suggested and conducted by a 12-year-old scientist finds that humans are hard-wired to process monsters, humanoids and other fictional creatures the same way we process our fellow humans.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.