Researchers take inspiration from the developing brain to create improved computer algorithms.
A new study reveals the role of T4 cells in the computation of motion.
Researchers discover in fruit flies, four classes of nerve cell are involved in calculating directionally selective signals.
Researchers find face processing areas in the brain appear to respond selectively to the motion of faces, a new study reports.
When it comes to processing information about motion, neurons in the ventral intraparietal area of the brain are more flexible in switching between reference frames. The findings could be used to develop neural prosthetics designed for motion control.
Our brains work harder to process information when we read about movement in a way that is not typical of our native languages.