V4V

AcronymDefinition
V4VV for Vendetta
V4VV 4 Vintage (jewelry)
V4VV 4 Victory (gaming clan)
V4VVenturing for Venturers (Scouts Western Australia Camp)
V4VVision for Vision (vision care magazine)
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The visual cortex has been traditionally considered as a stimulus-driven, unimodal system with a hierarchical organization, in which the early visual areas (V1, V2) tune to general features while the higher-tier ones (V3A, V4v, V7, hMT+, and V8) respond selectively to the specific features of a visual stimulus [1-5].