The human brain in depth: how we see in 3D

How do we see in 3D when we start with a 2D projection on our retinas? How can a flat painting give the illusion of depth and perspective? In the video describing his latest article in Annual Reviews, Andrew Welchman, a researcher at the University of Cambridge, explains how our neurons put all this information together to produce 3D views.

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Article DOI: 10.1146/annurev-vision-111815-114605
Contributed by: Lauren Bianchini - MyScienceWork

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