J.A.M. Van Gisbergen

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Previous testing of the ability to set a luminous line to the direction of gravity in passively-tilted subjects, in darkness, has revealed a remarkable pattern of systematic errors at tilts beyond 60 degrees, as if body tilt is undercompensated or underestimated (Aubert or A-effect). We investigated whether these consistent deviations from orientation(More)
Recent investigations of the three-dimensional (3D) binocular eye positions in near vision have shown that a full characterization of vergence requires incorporation of its torsional component. The latter has a proportional relationship with horizontal vergence and elevation, causing the eyes to have intorsion in near upgaze but extorsion in near downgaze.(More)
In the context of Hering's equal-innervation law, this paper discusses the problem of how the three-dimensional positions of the two eyes, each expressed by a rotation vector, can be separated into contributions of the version and vergence system. As proposed by Van Rijn and Van den Berg [(1993) Vision Research, 33, 691-708], this can be done by taking the(More)
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