The relevance of honeybee vision to the design of seeing systems
The first chapter in the application of insect vision to seeing systems, piloting and control, has almost been completed. For many years it was thought that the vision of the fly, as illustrated in the optomotor response of pinned down animals. represented insect vision. Fixed insects respond to the passing of edges by the spatiotemporal correlation between adjacent visual axes and therefore to the temporal frequency of passing edges, irrespective of pattern or the angular velocity across the...[Show more]
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