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16:00 - 17:00 24 May 2018

Vision@UCL Talk: Cortical mechanisms underlying integration of local visual cues to form global representations

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G03 | 26 Bedford Way (link Map)
London | WC1H 0DS | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Student

Visual@UCL Talks is a monthly-Talks Series featuring eminent national and international vision science speakers to stimulate connections in vision research.

Speaker: Dr Wei Wang, Institute of Neurosciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Title: Cortical mechanisms underlying integration of local visual cues to form global representations

Human and non?human primates effortlessly see both global and local features of objects in great detail. However, how the cortex integrates local visual cues to form global representations along visual hierarchies remains mysterious, particularly considering a long-standing paradox in vision as neurally encoded complexity increases along the visual hierarchy, the known acuity or resolving power dramatically decreases. Putting it simply, how do we simultaneously recognize the face of our child, while still resolving the individual hairs of her or his eyelashes? Continued in the link below...


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Child Vision Lab
Please email | ioo-cvl@ucl.ac.uk


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