Seeing with Two Eyes: Integration of Binocular Retinal Projections in the Brain

@inproceedings{Wilks2013SeeingWT,
  title={Seeing with Two Eyes: Integration of Binocular Retinal Projections in the Brain},
  author={Tenelle A. Wilks and Alan R Harvey and Jennifer Rodger},
  year={2013}
}
In the visual system, accurate representation of images throughout each stage of processing requires the maintenance of topography in different but interconnected brain regions [1]. Topographic organisation also allows information from both eyes to be precisely integrated, underpinning depth perception and interpretation of the visual world. In the absence of this organisation within and between eye-specific projections, visual information becomes scrambled within the brain and function is… CONTINUE READING

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