Vision is the most precious sense that we possess. It's evolution over millions of years has reached an unthinkable level of sophistication, yet the classic and contemporary interpretation of how we perceive the world around us remains largely theoretical, and logically flawed. This book adopts a completely new approach in analysing the perception of space. All findings are proven throughout by natural observation and the results provide a new concept as to how we perceive our worlds. The fundamental framework structure of this concept is SSSRD (Simultaneous Sectional Suppression and Retinal Dominance) in conjunction with the Cyclopean or 'Cortex' eye.
The Framework structure traces the dominant, retinal-sectional and subsectional snapshots of each eye, along the visual pathways to the visual cortex; belying the classic and contemporary theory of retinal correspondence and fusion. This design enriches the perception of space with stereovision and a mathematical computation that instantly informs the brain of the depth and distance of all targets in the scene. It also provides the structure by which absolute visual direction and motion processing is achieved.
This book holds an invaluable resource for students of biology, psychology, visual perception, and neuroscience; in particular, researchers in the field of visual neuroscience.
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