Circuit in the Eye Relies on Built-in Delay to See Small Moving Objects

31 agosto 2015

When we move our head, the whole visual world moves across our eyes. Yet we can still make out a bee buzzing by or a hawk flying overhead, thanks to unique cells in the eye called object motion sensors. A new study on mice helps explain how these cells do their job, and may bring scientists closer to understanding how complex circuits are formed throughout the nervous system.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/08/150831124357.htm

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