After completing the three required courses in this Specialization, learners will have a good background in the overall organization and function of the human brain and how it supports visual perception, spatial processing and successful interaction with a complex world. We know participants in this Specialization come from a variety of backgrounds and are interested in applying the knowledge gained in neuroscience and perception in different ways; therefore, this final capstone project will offer three options from which to choose:
(1) write a research proposal (for experimental research on perception and action) OR
(3) create a video demonstration or multimedia application (a virtual or real-world demonstration of how sensory signals give rise to perceptions and/or actions)
We hope one of these project options will be intrinsically interesting to you, as well as guiding you to create a practical product for your future needs, such as enhancing skills in your current career area, or preparing for future career opportunities.