Visual processing

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Visual processing is the sequence of steps that information takes as it flows from visual sensors to cognitive processing organs. The sensors may be zoological eyes or they may be cameras or sensor arrays that sense various portions of the electromagnetic spectrum.[1]

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  1. ^ Boden C, Giaschi D (March 2007). "M-stream deficits and reading-related visual processes in developmental dyslexia". Psychol Bull. 133 (2): 346–66. doi:10.1037/0033-2909.133.2.346. PMID 17338604.