Daniel Kress
Daniel Kress
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Gaze strategy in the free flying zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)
D Eckmeier, BRH Geurten, D Kress, M Mertes, R Kern, M Egelhaaf, ...
PLoS One 3 (12), e3956-e3956, 2008
612008
Head and body stabilization in blowflies walking on differently structured substrates
D Kress, M Egelhaaf
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (9), 1523-1532, 2012
212012
How lovebirds maneuver rapidly using super-fast head saccades and image feature stabilization
D Kress, E Van Bokhorst, D Lentink
PLoS One 10 (6), 2015
172015
The role of passive avian head stabilization in flapping flight
AE Pete, D Kress, MA Dimitrov, D Lentink
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 12 (110), 20150508, 2015
162015
Gaze characteristics of freely walking blowflies Calliphora vicina in a goal-directed task
D Kress, M Egelhaaf
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (18), 3209-3220, 2014
112014
Impact of stride-coupled gaze shifts of walking blowflies on the neuronal representation of visual targets
D Kress, M Egelhaaf
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 8, 307, 2014
52014
How birds can negate gusts and maintain heading by crabbing into the wind passively
D Quinn, D Kress, A Stein, M Wegrzynski, L Hamzah, D Lentink
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2017
22017
How lovebirds maneuver through lateral gusts with minimal visual information
D Quinn, D Kress, E Chang, A Stein, M Wegrzynski, D Lentink
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (30), 15033-15041, 2019
12019
How lovebirds fly in crosswinds based on minimal visual information
D Quinn, D Kress, E Chang, A Stein, M Wegrzynski, D Lentink
arXiv preprint arXiv:1809.05365, 2018
12018
How birds negate gusts and maintain heading by crabbing into the wind
DB Quinn, D Kress, A Stein, M Wegrzynski, L Hamzah, D Lentink
Integrative and Comparative Biology 58, E182-E182, 2018
12018
How Birds Change their Gaze to Accommodate Rapid Transitions Between Flight Modes
D Kress, D Lentink
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 55, E102-E102, 2015
12015
Evidence for Passive Avian Head Stabilization during Flapping Flight
A Pete, D Kress, D Lentink
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 55, E141-E141, 2015
2015
Implications of walking for the processing of visual information in the fly
D Kress
Bielefeld University, 2013
2013
Compensatory Head Movements in Blowflies Walking Freely on Differently Structured Substrates
D Kress, M Egelhaaf
Front. Behav. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: Tenth International Congress of …, 2012
2012
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