iCandy: A Better View

A panoramic vision system, an eye tracker, and a 3-D model of a fetus

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iCandy: A Better View

Photo: Bazuki Muhammad/Reuters
This Sumatran orangutan, named Tsunami, is being fitted with an eye-tracking system at Malaysia’s National Zoo, in Kuala Lampur. Researchers from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus have been recording what Tsunami sees as well as her eye movements for the past 18 months in order to discover more about how the primate brain learns and makes predictions about its surroundings.

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