Data from: Three-dimensional shape and velocity changes affect responses of a locust visual interneuron to approaching objects

Tarquin P. Stott, Erik G. N. Olson, Rachel H. Parkinson & John R Gray
Adaptive collision avoidance behaviours require accurate detection of complex spatiotemporal properties of an object approaching in an animal's natural, 3-dimensional environment. Within the locust, the lobula giant movement detector (LGMD) and its postsynaptic partner, the descending contralateral movement detector (DCMD) respond robustly to images that emulate an approaching 2-dimensional object and exhibit firing rate modulation correlated with changes in object trajectory. It is not known how this pathway responds to visual expansion of a 3-dimensional...
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