Donald C. Thelen

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Animal eyes resolve images 10-100 times better than either the acceptance angle of a single photoreceptor or the center-to-center distance between neighboring photoreceptors. A new model of the fly's visual system emulates this improved performance, offering a different approach to subpixel resolution. That an animal without a cortex is capable of this(More)
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