We used a 32 × 96 pixel display, composed of 8 × 8 panels of LEDs (470 nm, Adafruit) with controllers (Reiser and Dickinson, 2008), arranged in a half-cylinder spanning ±90° azimuth from visual midline and approximately ±30° elevation from the eye-equator (Figure 1—figure supplement 1A). Each LED pixel subtended a solid angle of approximately 1.5° at the eye-equator. At their maximum intensity, we measured approximately 0.11 μW/m2 irradiance at the fly’s head at the spectral peak of 460 nm (243 nm FWHM).

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