Wednesday, 28 July 2010

BBC News - Dogs 'mimic movements of owners'

BBC News - Dogs 'mimic movements of owners':

"The new evidence supports a theory of learning which suggests that a system of 'mirror neurons' and the capacity to imitate are forged as an animal learns and develops, rather than this system being inborn."

This tendency to mirror what we see it a hardwired bask part of our brain structure. For a virtual reality to work it needs to enable this mirror response in the viewer.

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