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Interview: John Ross interviewed in Current Biology

John Ross, David Burr's mentor and collaborator, has been interviewed by Current Biology. 
Read on to hear about his expoits, his path through research and some sound advice about approaching science.

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In the News: Referee's and offside (as seen on TGT Italia 7)
Roberto Arrighi, a researcher in Pisa Vision Lab, was interviewed recently on television for TGT Italia 7 about the role that perceptual limitations and visual system strategies have when referee's determine whether a player is offside or not. (News report is in Italian).
(Youtube link: Italian)

In the News: Space, Time and number in the brain - A strong connection at the visual perception level: the Pisa Vision Lab research

Space, time and numbers are correlated in our sense perception in a much higher measure than is usually thought. The inter-University project known as STANIB (Space, Time and Numbers in the Brain) created by the Pisa Vision Lab, is a 5 year project which, in a decisively innovative way, investigates our way of perceiving space and time by considering them together and not as two independent and separate dimensions. The strong connection, which resounds in the tradition of physics both ancient (Aristotle) and contemporary (Einsteinian concept of space-time) is new for studies on perception.
(Read more: English)
(Read more: Italian)

In the News: "If the referee makes a mistake when calling an offside? It is a perception problem"
The Pisa Vision Lab researchers demonstrate that a referee might make a mistake no just he is being paid to, but that the mistake could be due to confusion and an increased number of visual stimuli. (Article is in Italian)
(Read more: Italian)

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