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Flies use translational optic flow to detect impending collisions.

Direct connections from the vision to the motor system lead to highly stereotyped visuomotor behavior in the fly.

Cells in MST respond to and are selective to optic flow.

Cells in MST respond to vestibular motion cues.

Some cells in MST are multisensory.

Visuo-vestibular cells in MST perform multisensory integration in the sense that their response to multisensory stimuli is different from their response to either of the uni-sensory cues.

Visuo-vestibular cells tend to be selective for visual and vestibular self-motion cues which indicate motion in the same direction.

The responses of some visuo-vestibular cells were enhanced, that of others was depressed by combined visuo-vestibular cues.

Antonelli et al. use Bayesian and Monte Carlo methods to integrate optic flow and proprioceptive cues to estimate distances between a robot and objects in its visual field.