Conclusion

Motion processing is critical to many aspects of everyday life. We discussed how the ability to extract motion signals from the environment affects diverse functions from breaking camouflage to navigating through the environment. These diverse functions are reflected in the multiple cortical areas that deal with different aspects of motion processing. Although humans can function without other aspects of visual function such as stereoscopic vision, the loss of motion processing is totally debilitating. This is not surprising considering that motion is a wealthy source of information about the environment, and that motion processing is probably the most important visual function of the brain.

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