Parallax-sensitive remapping of visual space in occipito-parietal alpha-band activity during whole-body motion.

@article{Gutteling2015ParallaxsensitiveRO,
  title={Parallax-sensitive remapping of visual space in occipito-parietal alpha-band activity during whole-body motion.},
  author={Tjerk P. Gutteling and Luc P. J. Selen and W. Pieter Medendorp},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={113 5},
  pages={1574-84}
}
Despite the constantly changing retinal image due to eye, head, and body movements, we are able to maintain a stable representation of the visual environment. Various studies on retinal image shifts caused by saccades have suggested that occipital and parietal areas correct for these perturbations by a gaze-centered remapping of the neural image. However, such a uniform, rotational, remapping mechanism cannot work during translations when objects shift on the retina in a more complex, depth… CONTINUE READING
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