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  • Berberis berries, photo by Innes Cuthill Berberis berries: evolution of signals directed at non-human visual systems
  • Content-based image compression Content-based image compression
  • Pallas cat, photo by George Ross Pallas' cat camouflaged against its environment
  • Calibrated photography of natural scenes, photo by Innes Cuthill Calibrated photography of natural scenes
  • The human retina The human retina

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The University of Bristol is a world leader in vision science. Bristol has a long and rich tradition at the forefront of the study of human and animal vision, artificial vision systems and imaging more generally.

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Research >>

The Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) is the home of vision science research at Bristol. BVI stimulates research in science, engineering, arts and medicine across both Bristol universities.

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