Follow that car, eh, dot!

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What if an eye health exam could become as simple as following a moving and jumping dot on a screen for a few minutes? In a paper in the journal “Frontiers in Neurology”, Alessandro Grillini and co-authors show that the … Continued

EGRET finale on Sept. 8th

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Another great European Training Program is nearing its end. To celebrate and highlight the achievements, we will hold an (on-line) symposium. To register, visit the egret website.

Connecting the dots

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When studying the plasticity of the human visual brain, neuroscientists have always emphasized the study of the receptive field properties of neurons. In a review and opinion paper in the journal “Neural Plasticity”, Joana Carvalho and co-authors argue there are … Continued

Sights unseen

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Visual hallucinations are perceptions without a physical stimulus to relate the percept too. People who suffer from psychosis often experience visual hallucinations, but the properties of these hallucinations are not well known yet. Marouska van Ommen and co-authors published a … Continued

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Follow that car, eh, dot!

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What if an eye health exam could become as simple as following a moving and jumping dot on a screen for a few minutes? In a paper in the journal “Frontiers in Neurology”,... READ MORE

EGRET finale on Sept. 8th

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Another great European Training Program is nearing its end. To celebrate and highlight the achievements, we will hold an (on-line) symposium. To register, visit the egret website. READ MORE

Using VR and Eye tracking in visual rehabilitation

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The incorporation of Virtual Reality (VR) and Eye tracking can provide advantages for assessment and training in visual rehabilitation to both patients and therapists. Birte Gestefeld and colleagues conclude this in their paper... READ MORE