• Publications
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Optics and Vision in Invertebrates
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Where we look when we steer
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We have made simultaneous recordings of steering-wheel angle and drivers' gaze direction during a series of drives along a tortuous road. Expand
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Visual acuity in insects.
  • M. Land
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of entomology
  • 1997
The acuity of compound eyes is determined by interommatidial angles, optical quality, and rhabdom dimensions. It is also affected by light levels and speed of movement. In insects, interommatidialExpand
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The physics and biology of animal reflectors.
  • M. Land
  • Biology, Physics
  • Progress in biophysics and molecular biology
  • 1972
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Eye movements and the control of actions in everyday life
  • M. Land
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Progress in Retinal and Eye Research
  • 1 May 2006
The patterns of eye movement that accompany static activities such as reading have been studied since the early 1900s, but it is only since head-mounted eye trackers became available in the 1980sExpand
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In what ways do eye movements contribute to everyday activities?
Two recent studies have investigated the relations of eye and hand movements in extended food preparation tasks, and here the results are compared. The tasks could be divided into a series of actionsExpand
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From eye movements to actions: how batsmen hit the ball
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In cricket, a batsman watches a fast bowler's ball come toward him at a high and unpredictable speed, bouncing off ground of uncertain hardness. Expand
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Eye guidance in natural vision: reinterpreting salience.
Models of gaze allocation in complex scenes are derived mainly from studies of static picture viewing. The dominant framework to emerge has been image salience, where properties of the stimulus playExpand
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Motion and vision: why animals move their eyes
  • M. Land
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Comparative Physiology A
  • 1 October 1999
Abstract Nearly all animals with good vision have a repertoire of eye movements. The majority show a pattern of stable fixations with fast saccades that shift the direction of gaze. These movementsExpand
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Structure of the retinae of the principal eyes of jumping spiders (Salticidae: dendryphantinae) in relation to visual optics.
  • M. Land
  • Physics, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental biology
  • 1 November 1969
1. The retinae of the principal (AM) eyes of jumping spiders contain four layers of receptors, one behind the other with respect to the incident light. The distribution of receptors in each layer hasExpand
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