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Martin Rolfs

Martin Rolfs graduated from Potsdam University (Germany) and worked as a postdoc in Paris, New York, and Marseille. He started his own lab at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 2012, where he is now a Heisenberg Professor for Experimental Psychology.

Gaps In Perception: How We See A Stable World Through Moving Eyes

We see the most detail in the center of our visual field. This region is called the fovea: it is most densely packed with receptors that turn light into electrical signals that the brain understands. To explore the visual field, […]