Optic flow research

Research news from the institute, describing studies investigating aspects of neuronal processing of optic flow.

The complex task of staying on course

To fly straight, fruit flies need the ability to detect motion. more

Motion patterns instead of pixels

Higher brain areas receive a functional rather than realistic view of the environment more

Everything is relative: How flies see the world

The neural code in the fly brain continuously adapts to environmental conditions more

Decision-making process becomes visible in the brain

Transparent fish larvae reveal how a decision makes its way through the brain more

It takes more than a global impression to move a fish

Larval zebrafish require both global and local visual stimuli to avoid drifting more

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