Researches of neural mechanism of time perception is one of the fastest growing areas of neuroscience. The visual system presents several examples of timing mechanisms. Its activity is characterized by a complex network of synchronized elements which cooperate together. Some authors recently proposed that neural circuits should be inherently capable of temporal processing as a result of the natural complexity of cortical networks coupled with the presence of time-dependent network properties. We present an adaptive feedback model which, through a temporal-to-spatial transformation is able to explain recent experiments on the relationships between vision and time/space perception.