Reverse engineering animal vision with virtual reality and genetics

  • Stowers J
  • Fuhrmann A
  • Hofbauer M
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Abstract

Neuroscientists are using virtual reality systems, combined with other advances such as new molecular genetic tools and brain-recording technologies, to reveal how neuronal circuits process and act on visual information.

Author-supplied keywords

  • FlyVR
  • animal behavior
  • augmented reality
  • human-computer interaction
  • multimedia information systems
  • neuroscience
  • virtual reality
  • visualization

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Authors

  • Martin StreinzerUniversity of Vienna Faculty of Life Sciences

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  • John R. Stowers

  • Anton Fuhrmann

  • Maximilian Hofbauer

  • Axel Schmid

  • Michael H. Dickinson

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