Robotic Vision with the Conformal Camera: Modeling Perisaccadic Perception

@article{Turski2010RoboticVW,
  title={Robotic Vision with the Conformal Camera: Modeling Perisaccadic Perception},
  author={Jacek Turski},
  journal={J. Robotics},
  year={2010},
  volume={2010},
  pages={130285:1-130285:16}
}
  • Jacek Turski
  • Published in J. Robotics 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Humans make about 3 saccades per second at the eyeball's speed of 700 deg/sec to reposition the high-acuity fovea on the targets of interest to build up understanding of a scene. The brain's visuosaccadic circuitry uses the oculomotor command of each impending saccade to shift receptive fields (RFs) to cortical locations before the eyes take them there, giving a continuous and stable view of the world. We have developed a model for image representation based on projective Fourier… CONTINUE READING

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