Latest Visual perception Stories
Most of us are familiar with the idea of image compression in computers.
For one in four children, the reason why they hate school goes beyond homework and tough math.
A team of researchers has demonstrated that the brain predicts consequences of our eye movements on what we see next.
Wellcome Trust scientists have shown for the first time that exactly how we see our environment depends on the size of the visual part of our brain.
People who are blind from birth are able to detect tactile information faster than people with normal vision.
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT in Ilmenau, Germany, have developed an assistant system that tracks a driver's eye movements and issues a warning before the driver has an opportunity to nod off to sleep.
Unlike adults, children are able to keep information from their senses separate and may therefore perceive the visual world differently, according to research published today.
In a Special Free Webinar Interview on Thursday, Aug. 26th at 9 pm EDT AURORA, Ohio, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The public is invited to a free web interview with Dr. Susan Barry, neuroscientist, professor and author of Fixing My Gaze. Dr.
Australian scientists have made an important advance in understanding how the brain interprets the signals it receives from the eyes about how we view the orientation of the world we see about us.
Seahorses are helping scientists gain new understanding about how detailed vision develops â€“ in research which may open a way to restore sight in people with age-related blinding diseases.
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