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Insect motion perception

Horridge, George Adrian


The first step in this work of reconstruction of a theory of insect vision was to demonstrate that visual behaviour relies on scanning by self-motion and apparently involves measurement of angular velocities of contrasts moving across the eye. The next step was to demonstrate that parallax is also significant as a way of segmenting the visual scene into separate objects. There followed a series of experiments to rule out the existing theory that motion perception depends on autocorrelation, and...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 1992
Type: Journal article
Source: Acta biologica Hungarica


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