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Artificial vision

Seeing Things Differently: The Secret Life of Our Eyes

Tracking our eyes’ motion when we are faced with a visual challenge may help researchers uncover neural encoding in the brain

Mover event detected in the red cell: Motion (left) flows into the cell, (middle) stays briefly in the cell, and (right) leaves the cell, changing its appearance. Warmer colors indicate faster motion

A computer program reveals how babies begin to make sense of the world

Prof. Shimon Ullman

Prof. Shimon Ullman designed ways to enable computerized vision systems to recognize objects.


The Inside View

"Seeing" computers might, in the future, help diagnose disease

Comparison: Original, Weizmann and other techniques

Can computers make the leap from a mass of pixels to "object?"

3-D Glasses for the Robot
The trouble with many robots and other automated systems equipped with artificial vision is that their eyes "see" the...
How the Brain Recognizes Objects

How does the brain convert 2-D images into 3-D?