DIY digital archaeology: New methods for visualizing small objects and artifacts

Digital photography is the most commonly used method of visual representation, but despite its speed and efficiency, it often fails to faithfully represent the artefact being studied. In recent years, 3-D scanning has emerged as an alternative source of high-quality visualizations, but the cost of the equipment and the time needed to produce a model … Read more

Attention to objects in peripheral vision is not driven by tiny eye movements

Journal Reference: Gongchen Yu, James P Herman, Leor N Katz, Richard J Krauzlis. Microsaccades as a marker not a cause for attention-related modulation. eLife, 2022; 11 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.74168 Scientists working on the neuroscience of attention have recently become concerned that because both attention and eye movements, like microsaccades, involve the same groups of neurons in … Read more