Adrian Dyer is a vision scientist and photographer seeking to understand how the representation of an image is created, and can be used to interpret the complex world in which we live.
Research interests centre on understanding how visual systems learn perceptually difficult tasks. This work involves both using human psychophysics and imaging studies, as well as experimenting with how the miniature brain of a bee can form visual representations to make decisions in complex environments.
- Colour vision
- Eye movements
- Face recognition
- Visual ecology and plant-pollinator interactions
- Invisible spectrum imaging
- High speed imaging
- Information processing in insect brains
- Forensic imaging
School of Media and Communication