|Name||Goal-directed eye-head coordination in dynamic multisensory environments|
|Funding Reference||H2020 - Grant agreement 693400|
Rapid object identification is crucial for survival of all organisms, but poses daunting challenges if many stimuli compete for attention, and multiple sensory and motor systems are involved in the processing, programming and generating of an eye-head gaze-orienting response to a selected goal. How do normal and sensory-impaired brains decide which signals to integrate (“goal”), or suppress (“distracter”)?
Computer and Robot Vision Lab (VisLab)
|Project Partners||Stichting Katholieke Universiteit|
Goal-directed eye-head coordination in dynamic multisensory environments