It appears, then, as we see the image depends on "where we are"
A study conducted by the Foundation of the struggle for the vision showed that the way we perceive the image, depending on where we are. Professor Matteo Carandini together with scientists from University College London have created a virtual environment in which there were two visually identical rooms in two different positions. These rooms are used for the study of visual and navigation systems of mice. The work was published in Nature September 11, 2018.
The scientists expect to see visual neurons that respond identically in response to two visually identical rooms. But the results showed that a single image can be seen in different ways depending on the physical situation. It was found that visual neurons responded strongly in the same room, but not in another.
What do you see?
Vision plays an important role in navigation. Previously it was thought that the brain has two separate systems operating independently: one for navigation and one for the view. The new findings instead indicate that strongly affects the navigation system on the visual system.
This discovery provides us with a better understanding of how these systems interact, allowing the brain to process the navigation information. Learning how to operate the eye and brain together, it allows us to better meet the challenges of the future.
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