Evolution of visual processing
The distribution of eyes, their anatomy and the visual behaviour that they make possible, are well documented in comprehensive texts, of which several are referenced with an asterisk("") at the end of this article . Here I will endeavour to draw attention to a few general principles that apply to the simpler examples of natural visual processing so far as we know it in invertebrates, and to our primitive efforts to copy low-level natural vision into artificial systems . These principles...[Show more]
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