Self-perception and environment perception are inseparable: one perceives the environment and perceives oneself at the same time. Reaching out is typically the first developmental milestone that blind babies fail to reach on time. The finding that changing patterns in the optical looming information were reflected in the changing patterns in the neurological flow may shed some light on the concept of resonance introduced by Gibson. In longitudinal looming results on 25 infants, the authors observed both structural and functional organization principles in the infants’ brain responses to the approaching looms. The authors have studied, at both the behavioral and brain level, the visual motion paradigms of optic flow, looming, and occlusion in infants. The ecological approach is often accused of neglecting the brain when explaining perception and action.