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Visual prosthesis applying electrical stimulation to restore visual function for the blind has promising prospects. However, due to the low resolution, limited visual field, and the low dynamic range of the visual perception, huge loss of information occurred when presenting daily scenes. The ability of object recognition in real-life scenarios is severely restricted for prosthetic users. To overcome the limitations, optimizing the visual information in the simulated prosthetic vision has beendoi:10.1155/2018/3198342 pmid:29731769 pmcid:PMC5872628 fatcat:neiub3rr6jevjincqnyrfcl7qm