Know what you see

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During the upcoming weeks a series of lectures about vision will take place in Groningen. On Tuesday, second of February, Frans Cornelissen will give a lecture about Eyes Diseases and Changes in the Brain.  Barbara Nordhjem will talk about the … Continued

Lateral and Medial Ventral Occipitotemporal Regions Interact During the Recognition of Images Revealed from Noise

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How does the brain accomplish object recognition? In this study that appeared in Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, Barbara Nordhjem and colleagues demonstrate that lateral sections of the ventral visual cortex interact during the recognition of images that were slowly revealed from noise, indicating both are … Continued

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The eye exam of the future?

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Can an eye exam become literally as simple as watching a movie? In a recent paper in the Journal of Vision, Birte Gestefeld and colleagues show that the idea is perhaps not that... READ MORE

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