Neuroscience: UniBo developed a technique that enhances the perception of motion

Improving the perception of motion is possible, as shown by a study conducted by a research team from the University of Bologna and the University of Essex, published in the journal Current Biology. The researchers developed a visual stimulation technique that enhances brain connections between the brain areas involved in the perception of motion, which produced a transient visual efficiency enhancement. The technique could have applications in the clinical setting for brain injury rehabilitation. We are constantly engaged in trying to catch the motion of what surrounds us. This is what happens in the city traffic, when a pedestrian appears out of nowhere, or at the theatre, when appreciating the movements of the dancers on stage, or again at the football pitch, when following the movement of the ball towards…


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