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Vision-Space: The ecology of vision & The Three Dancers

There isn’t a frame of reference. There are none to be had. You can of course conjure them up by abstracting reality in order to calculate or create some ins...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary Developmental Biology

Keywords: Phenomenology, Visual art, Awareness

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 07 Nov 2016

Vision Space: Implicit data, a function of mesoscopic physics

I am in a lot of trouble! By intuitively studying the structure of phenomenal field, the visual percept, I can gauge that we are to some degree implicitly sp...

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Keywords: mesoscopic physics, vision sciences, Visual art, Retina

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 05 Apr 2016

Vision-Space: Living without pictorial space

Fixation and saccadic eye movements take place within a field structure generated and controlled by the biological system. Both ‘generation’ and ‘control’ wo...

Science > Neuroscience > Brain Interfaces

Keywords: Saccadic eye movements, fixation

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 10 Mar 2016

Vision-Space: The painter, reality and the real - part 2

Contingent and non-contingent experimentation indicates that a fundamental duality lies at the heart of our universe The question in the background: Is it ti...

Science > Ecology and Evolution

Keywords: duality of mind, Visual Perception, Astronomy, Relativity and cosmology, Relativity theory, Quantum Theory, Phenomenology

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 27 Nov 2015

Vision-Space: Addressing a blank piece of paper

Picture Space, central perspective, is a conceptualisation, an imposed geometry, a ‘stand-in’ for experiential encounter. Its some sort of abbreviated and ab...

Science > Ecology and Evolution

Keywords: Visual Perception, Fine art, philosophy of perception, vision sciences, Cultural Evolution, illusionary space

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 24 Jun 2015

Vision-Space: Land and sea scape, Camusterrach nr Applecross west highlands

In enthusing about photos of the views and the elemental nature of the experience and you might pickup on my passion but you will quickly bore of the photogr...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Theoretical Ecology

Keywords: Phenomenal field, Phenomenology, vision sciences, Visual art, experiential reality

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 13 May 2015

Vision-Space: The Protagonists

Working towards a relationship model of the dynamical systems governing human awareness: There appear to be 3 players or protagonists. 3 dynamical systems in...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Theoretical Ecology

Keywords: Dynamical Systems Theory, Neuroscience, Experiential ontology, Fine art, vision science

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 18 Mar 2015

Vision-Space: Awareness is developed and governed by Dynamical Systems

I consider that we have started to model visual awareness in a way broadly commensurate with experiential reality. We can ‘illustrate’ the data structures an...

Science > Neuroscience > Aging Neuroscience

Keywords: glial cells, dynamic systems, phase space, Visual perception and attention, Visual Perception Modeling, mesoscopic level

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 03 Mar 2015

Vision-Space: Retinal Receptor Functions 2

What are Glial cells up to? Here we suggest the possibility that collectively Glial cells form the basis for what is currently largely a covert phase based p...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Environmental Informatics

Keywords: glial cells, Muller cells, Visual Perception, Visual Pathways, Retina

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Feb 2015

Vision-Space: What’s in an artificial stimulus? Ans: Our limited understanding

Vision-Space suggests that we need to think very carefully about what we ‘mean’ by our stimuli. To what degree does the structure of the stimuli we feed into...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Environmental Informatics

Keywords: Stimuli, vision sciences

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 20 Nov 2014

Vision-Space: Self-Reference Part 4, painting phenomenal field, accessing the umwelt?

A series of fixations are established in one painting in an attempt to understand how we might build an impression of phenomenal field with extents that lie ...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary Developmental Biology

Keywords: Phenomenal field, umwelt, vision sciences, Visual art, Phenomenology of Consciousness, Phenomenology of Attention

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 11 Nov 2014

Vision-Space: Self Reference Part 3, exploring the extents of phenomenal field

I build on earlier work to look specifically at the extents of phenomenal field and how we can start to perhaps induce this awareness from projected media an...

Science > Neuroscience > Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience

Keywords: Phenomenal field, Self reference, imaging, IMAX, domed projection

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 15 Oct 2014

Vision-Space: Our self-organizing mind, 1/f noise and a possible role for ipRGC receptor functions

Vision-Space is a new form of illusionary articulating a form of spatial saliency that I believe accounts for implicit spatial awareness. According to conven...

Science > Cell and Developmental Biology > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: intrinsically photosensitive ganglion cells, pink noise, Visual art, vision science, Neurosciences, Fractals, self organized criticality

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 04 Jul 2014

NIC@IIT Smart Nanobioimaging

An Advanced NanoBioImging Center specialized in Multiphoton and Super resolution microscopy within the framework of Live Cell Imaging

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: supermicroscopy

Posted by: Alberto Diaspro

Posted on: 08 Jun 2014

Vision-Space: A still live painting with mirror, mirrored

In previous Vision-Space presentations we have looked at how we can develop strategies depicting the differential between optical record and experiential vis...

Science > Neuroscience > Behavioral Neuroscience

Keywords: Visual art, optics, Perception, vision sciences

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 04 Mar 2014

Frontiers Peer Review - fair, collaborative and transparent

Frontiers is pleased to announce the release of its new, revolutionary Interactive Review Forum with enhanced features and upgraded software to enhance and ease the collaborative dialogue between...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Peer Review, scholarly publishing, Open Science, Open access, Evaluation, Academic Journals

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 12 Feb 2014

Vision Space: Mechanobiology of brain function

Vision-Space theory suggests the requirement for an independent processing system to be operational within the brain. The suggestion is that the proposed sec...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Ecosystems Ecology

Keywords: mechanobiology, Visual awareness, Phenomenal field, Visual Pathways, differentiation, Synthesis

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 07 Feb 2014

Vision-Space: Real-setting, decoherence, visual processing, awareness

Vision-Space points to quantum decoherence taking place within the retina with the suggestion that as each discrete photon materialises, a related phase aspe...

Science > Applied Mathematics and Statistics > Dynamical Systems

Keywords: Visual art, Visual Perception, Visual Processing, decoherence

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 08 Dec 2013

Vision-Space: The scientific approach to understanding the nature of reality is incomplete

This updated version improves the section on relative motion - I think?! The 3rd party observer approach to exploration takes the perceiver out of the measur...

Science > Ecology and Evolution

Keywords: Visual Perception, Phenomenology, Phenomenal field, Relative motion, Perceptual strcuture, Inertial frames, relativity, field potentials, Consciousness

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 26 Nov 2013

Discovery of a neuropeptide that triggers stomach retraction in starfish Professor Maurice Elphick - FACULTI

Maurice Elphick, Professor of Animal Physiology & Neuroscience in the School of Biological & Chemical Sciences at Queen Mary University of London, is an interviewed by FACULTI about a paper...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Neuropeptides, echinoderms, Starfish, Feeding Behavior, Asterias

Posted by: Maurice Richard Elphick

Posted on: 21 Nov 2013

Vision-Space: Health implications of non-perceptual structured content and screen technology

If Vision-Space establishes the true structure of phenomenal field then by default it also establishes the deficit implicit within all our current forms of i...

Science > Applied Mathematics and Statistics > Dynamical Systems

Keywords: ASD, Screen technologies, Phenomenology, Phenomenal field, perceptual structure, Visual Pathways

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Vision-Space: Having the courage of your perceptions - A physical theory

Underpinning Vision-Space is a fundamental physical theory. The suggestion is that we need to adopt this theory and deepen our understanding of the relations...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Ecosystems Ecology

Keywords: mind, Perception, decoherence, retinal processing, retinal membrane, Visual Pathways

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Vision-Space & dark matter

Dark matter remains dark because our approach to the nature of matter and hence the design of equipment is not commensurate with the task. Conceptually we ha...

Science > Applied Mathematics and Statistics > Dynamical Systems

Keywords: dark matter, Phenomenal field, decoherence, Retina, retinal processing

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Nov 2013

Gaute Einevoll og Human Brain Project

Gaute Einevoll and the Human Brain Project

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Human Brain Project, Norway, FET Flagship, HBP, EU commission

Posted by: Human Brain Project (HBP)

Posted on: 23 May 2013

Benefits of Open Access

BioMed Central's authors and editors discuss the benefits of open access publishing Watch this in Widescreen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKkrdn_GrQo

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Judyta Sorokowska

Posted on: 09 May 2013

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