2008 volume 37(7) pages 1131 – 1134
doi:10.1068/p6057

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Changizi M, 2008, "Harnessing vision for computation" Perception 37(7) 1131 – 1134

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Harnessing vision for computation

Mark Changizi

Abstract. Might it be possible to harness the visual system to carry out artificial computations, somewhat akin to how DNA has been harnessed to carry out computation? I provide the beginnings of a research programme attempting to do this. In particular, new techniques are described for building ‘visual circuits’ (or ‘visual software’) using wire, NOT, OR, and AND gates in a visual modality such that our visual system acts as ‘visual hardware’ computing the circuit, and generating a resultant perception which is the output.

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