How is Vision Stored in the Brain Map?

Brain maps of our visual world have finally been deciphered by scientists at New York University School of Marketing, as published in the journal Essential communication.

Our brains have many of the maps needed to plan our movements, navigate our environment, and perceive the world through our senses. Among such regions, the primary visual cortex of the cerebral cortex (brain) forms a complex representation of many dimensions of stimulation – an object of discovery by the scientific community.

‘New research provides detailed brain maps of the visual world – an opportunity to understand brain mapping’s formation, organization and functioning.’

Visual brain map

Therefore, the research team proposes a theory explaining the variety of visual maps in nature (emerged from variations in the sampling density of the visual space) and the origin of the pinwheel pattern in the orientation map (due to the maximization of input clusters of cortical neurons).

Thus, the theory of brain map formation serves as an important first step towards a more significant milestone due to its prediction of topographic relations and representation of the excitation dimensions. However, further exploration is needed to suggest an accurate map of the human brain.

Source: Medindia

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