“Virtual reality for freely moving animals”
(Stowers et al. 2017 Nature Methods, 14: pages 995–1002).
This paper talks about the use of virtual reality in studies of animal behaviour. It’s a collection of different systems and experimental designs to prove the method works. Quite an interesting subject to make us reflect about the future of animal behaviour research!
Wednesday 2-3pm, Evolution Brain Storming Lab on Level 2 Robertson Building