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The Visual World Structure and function; cues and concepts 26/02/2008 15:34:00 -Anatomy in the system is so complex – impossible to due in introduction class Visual cortex      – receives information from the retina (V1 to V2) Distribution of energy in V1 and V2 is entirely different. (Cells that are really  doing things are using energy) Posterior parietal cortex  (integrates motion & vision) –location of objects Posterior Inferior temporal cortex  (integrates color and brightness) o Science understads this best Inferior temporal cortex  (complex shape analysis) Between Occipital and Temporal there are V1-V5 ( visual cortecies ) Lateral geniculate o 6 layers; each layer related to retina projection ( retina topic) -the only thing the cells sees are  edges  (tuning curves): how do we make things  up with only edges?
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