The eyes (vision), in their diversity of form and structure, allow any organism (invertebrates and vertebrates) to collect light energy (photons), convert it into electrical energy which will then be transmitted to the brain via neurons where it will be analyzed and interpreted to give birth to a mental representation of the environment to the…
Insect vision (part 2): shape and movement
Post Views: 1,801 The eyes, in their diversity of form and structure, allow any organism (invertebrates and vertebrates) to collect light energy (photons), convert it
3D insects glasses!
Post Views: 1,394 A large number of animal species have developed the ability to estimate and determine object distance and depth of field by combining
Vision in Insects (Part 1) : Anatomy and structure of compound eyes
Post Views: 5,078 The function of the eyes is to receive and guide light energy (photons) to specialized receptor cells (photoreceptors) that translate this photonic
Diopsidae flies: eyes perched far away!
Post Views: 2,766 Flies of the Diopsidae family have the amazing feature of having their eyes positioned at the tip of outgrowths called ocular peduncles
A speed that blinds!
Post Views: 1,316 One of the most universal needs of animals is to understand the environment in which they live to move in complex and