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VR methods for neuroethology

This paper may be of interest to people here. Although not explicitly navigation based, a review of how VR techniques can be used in neuroscience is obviously a relevant topic. We have all seen Ofstad et al (2011 Nature) where Drosophila spatial behaviour is probed with a simple form of VR. It is therefore particularly interesting to see how related technologies are likely to open-up new avenues of exploration, especially in conjunction with genetic dissection.

Daniel A. Dombeck, Michael B. Reiser (2012) Real neuroscience in virtual worlds. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 22, 3-10

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