In this study, we present a sequence of models exploring neural mechanisms by which frogs and toads may extract depth information from visual data. Although the models are constructed to be true, as far as possible, to what is known regarding depth perception in frogs and toads, they are also of more general interest. In particular, when they were developed they were the first depth models to exploit both binocular and monocular depth cues in a cooperative fashion.
KeywordsDepth Perception Prey Selection Binocular Disparity Ballistic Behavior Visuomotor Coordination
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