The studies show how insects extract and apply visual information
to control flight, and how biologically inspired technologies could be applied in autonomous flying vehicles.
This connection is the human ability to think visually - the capacity to select visual information
, organise it in a coherent image and project it on the future.
Those findings led the team to wonder whether the activity code of V4 could be even more nuanced, taking in visual information
not only in space but also in time.
The results demonstrated the dominance of visual information
in "decision circuitry" evolved to aid survival over millions of years, said the scientists.
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It seems clear, that binocular visual information
supports the performance of skills such as grasping (Coull et al., 2000), catching (Olivier et al., 1998) and locomotion (Patla et al., 2002), but it is unknown whether binocular vision is needed to be effective in the performance of a more complex skill, involving a whole body rotation, like the handspring on vault.
This means that it can deliver real-time, detailed visual information
enabling security personnel to deploy a more accurate response.
A major emphasis of the new edition is management of eye movement, visual information
processing, visual field, and low vision problems.