Fulvio Domini is interested in how human survival capabilities depend on a fundamental skill of the visual system: interpreting retinal images in order to extract knowledge about the 3D structure of the surrounding environment. He investigates what kind of mathematical analysis of different properties of retinal images can be considered biologically plausible. In several published journal articles he presented empirical results that challenge the common held hypothesis according to which the visual system is composed of independent modules providing a unique and veridical 3D representation of projected objects.
Fulvio Domini is a vision scientist who studies how the human visual system extracts 3D information from retinal images. He came to Brown in 1999 after completing his Ph.D. in experimental Psychology at the University of Trieste, Italy. He has taught courses on computational vision, perception, psychophysics and human factors.
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