DRAFT : PLEAS DO NOT CIRCULATE Integrating Motion and Depth via Parallel Pathways

@inproceedings{Ponce2007DRAFTP,
  title={DRAFT : PLEAS DO NOT CIRCULATE Integrating Motion and Depth via Parallel Pathways},
  author={Carlos R Ponce and Steven G. Lomber and Richard T. Born},
  year={2007}
}
Visual information processing is both parallel and hierarchical, with each visual area richly interconnected with other visual areas. One example of the parallel architecture of the primate visual system is the existence of two major pathways providing input to the middle temporal visual area (MT): a direct projection from striate cortex (V1), and a set of… CONTINUE READING