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In his book, Sagan created a short analysis of the importance of the human exploration of space.
Publication Date: July 6, 2011. In his book, Sagan created a short analysis of the importance of the human exploration of space. His reasons range from spin-off technology to the intrinsic value of exploration and discovery. But what struck me the most about Sagan’s book was that although he talked extensively about these as, in general, good reasons to explore space, they weren’t the best reason. Or rather, they weren’t enough. Sagan goes on to argue that the single greatest reason to explore space is the survival of the species.
David Marr's "Vision" presents a bold computational approach to studying vision
David Marr's "Vision" presents a bold computational approach to studying vision. The book redefines lay and technical concepts in a way that set the reader up for a full understanding of his view of the way vision science should be approached and mastered
Seeing the Light: Optics in Nature, Photography, Color, Vision, and Holography. Finally, a book on the physics of light that doesn’t require advanced mathematics to understand.
Human color vision evolved to give us greater insights into the mental states and health of other people. The Vision Revolution is a book that finally gives attention to what before has been largely neglected by other works on human vision-a book that looks at the why. People who can see color changes in skin have an advantage over their color-blind counterparts; they can see when people are blushing with embarrassment, purple-faced with exertion or the reddening of rashes.
Human Vision and Perception. A good book on the optics of the eye is by Atchison and Smith (2000). How we measure 'reads'. The optics of the eye is analogous. to that of a camera in terms of its image-forming properties.
This book was written primarily for medical and dental practitioners and students. This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.
Evolution of human vision. Until 1959, we knew very little about biological vision. It was triggered by sudden evolution of vision, which set off evolutionary arms race where animals either evolved or died. In 1959, two neurobiologists- David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel from Harvard Medical School did an amazing experiment winning 2 Nobel prices, which revealed several secrets of the human vision system.
The human vision system, unfortunately, isn't understood very well (we understand the first few .
The human vision system, unfortunately, isn't understood very well (we understand the first few stages of the visual cortex and the last but not the middle). 839 views · View 3 Upvoters.
This book presents a psychophysical study of the human visual system, which provides insights on how to model the flexibility required by a general-purpose visual system
Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. This book presents a psychophysical study of the human visual system, which provides insights on how to model the flexibility required by a general-purpose visual system. Organized into 17 chapters, this book begins with an overview of how a visual display is segmented into components on the basis of textual differences. This text then proposes three criteria for judging representations of shape.