Animal-oriented Virtual Environments: illusion, dilation, and discovery

Abstract

As a research tool, virtual environments hold immense promise for brain scientists. Yet to fully realize this potential in non-human systems, theoretical and conceptual perspectives must be developed. When selectively coupled to nervous systems, virtual environments can help us better understand the functional architecture of animals’ brains during… (More)

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@inproceedings{Alicea2014AnimalorientedVE, title={Animal-oriented Virtual Environments: illusion, dilation, and discovery}, author={Bradly Alicea}, year={2014} }