Neurons responsible for 3D vision identified.

June 28, 2019

When a person looks at an object, each eye sees it from a slightly different angle, and sends those binocular-based pictures back to the brain. The differences between the two images are integrated into a single one, creating the 3D effect, this phenomenom is known as stereopsis. A puzzle for neuroscience, and robotics, is how insects achieve complex stereopsis with Read more

Source: Health Innovations

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