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14 An image and the path of the gaze of a viewer. 3 Conclusions 17 sensor-actuator control systems. In particular, there have been artificial retinas that consist of the so-called ‘‘intelligent pixels,’’ where some processing takes place at the pixels themselves [4, 6, 16]. However, apart from the possible direct connections between certain visual stimuli and motor responses, the most challenging aspect of the human visual system is visual cognition itself. This aspect of vision is well beyond the current engineering technologies.

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