A new study reports flies can silence visual input generated by their own movement. The findings may help advance understanding of how ongoing behavior can influence visual processing.
New research reports that like humans, fruit flies may be self aware of their actions.
Researchers take inspiration from the developing brain to create improved computer algorithms.
A new study addresses the nature and origin of neural signals involved in solving perceptual tasks.
Three simple, pre-programmed rules appear to help create the neural circuit connecting the fly's eye to its brain.
The Argus II system improves quality of life and visual function for people blinded by retinitis pigmentosa.
Researchers report the Kalman filter, an algorithm both our brains and GPS systems use to track an object's position, can be tricked by the pattern of motion.
A new study reports those who can read music watched a visual score longer when the tune matched the sheet music.