University of Bristol

BVI Seminar, Tim Meese, University of Birmingham

Psychophysical probes into spatial vision: you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. 10 March 2017, 4.00 PM – 10 March 2017, 6.00 PM Prof Tim Meese, Professor of Vision Science School of Life and Health Sciences Aston…

BVI Seminar, Jolyon Troscianko, Exeter University

  Jolyon Troscianko, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Exeter University The effectiveness of camouflage; predator learning and new modelling approaches Abstract:  Abstract: Evading detection is crucial for the survival of many animals, and number of different means of…

BVI Seminar, László Tálas, University of Bristol, Camo Lab.

Visual concealment as foreign policy: camouflage as signaling friends and foes. Abstract: Why do armies operating in the same environment (e.g. temperate woodland) wear markedly different dress? The primary function of military camouflage is generally…

BVI Seminar, Josiane Zerubia, INRIA, France

Josiane Zerubia, INRIA, France Marked Point Processes for Object Detection and Tracking in High Resolution Images: Applications to Remote Sensing and Biology 1.11 Wills Memorial Building Drinks reception to follow in 1.5 in Wills Memorial Building…

BVI Seminar, Anna Hughes, University College London

Diverted by dazzle: testing the ‘motion dazzle’ hypothesis. Abstract: `Motion dazzle’ is the hypothesis that certain types of patterns, such as high contrast stripes and zigzags, can cause misperceptions in the speed and direction perception…

BVI Seminar, Jasna Martinovic, University of Aberdeen

Seminar title, abstract and biography to be announced

BVI Seminar, Filipe Cristino, Bangor University

Seminar title, abstract and biography to be announced

BVI Seminar Series, Zhaoping Li, University College London

Exogenous visual attention and the primary visual cortex Abstract: I will present a theory that primary visual cortex creates a saliency map to guide attention exogenously, and show how this explains and predicts experimental data…

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