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The location of visual objects in the world around us is reconstructed in a complex way from the image falling on the retina. Recent studies have begun to reveal the different ways in which the brain dynamically re-maps retinal information across eye movements to compute object locations for perception and directing actions.


Journal article


Curr Biol

Publication Date





R753 - R755


Animals, Brain Mapping, Electrophysiology, Humans, Parietal Lobe, Retina, Vision, Ocular, Visual Perception