A new, lasting consequence of COVID-19 infection has been identified. Researchers report they have identified significant abnormalities in the eyes of those with severe coronavirus infection.
X-Rite Capsure, an archaeological tool to help researchers match colors, is not as consistent or accurate as the human eye in color determination.
IndCl, a drug that improves myelination and reduces motor disability, appears to improve visual problems associated with multiple sclerosis.
Our ability to pinpoint the exact size and location of objects varies from one person to the next, and even within our own individual field of vision.
Using artificial intelligence and neuroimaging, researchers have identified a link between mental imagery and vision. The brain uses similar visual areas for mental imagery and vision but uses low-level visual areas less precisely for mental imagery than vision.
Micro-saccades, or tiny eye movements, can be used as an index of our ability to anticipate relevant information in the environment, independent of the information's sensory modality.
People are oblivious to change when color is removed from peripheral vision. Research reports the brain likely fills in for much of our perceptual experience when it comes to seeing the entire picture in color.
A visual cortical prosthesis can restore sight by bypassing damage to the eyes and delivering visual information retrieved from a camera directly to the brain.