P D Pulaski

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The behavior of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) during both passive and active, high-velocity head movements was recorded in three normal subjects. We found that the VOR is compensatory for head velocities up to at least 350 deg . s-1, during both active and passive head rotation provided there is an attempt to visualize a real (or imagined) stationary(More)
  • Hyuck Choo, Richard S Muller, Berkeley Sensor, Actuator Center, Paul Watson, P D Pulaski +7 others
  • 2003
We describe high-precision microlenses with excellent optical characteristics. The lenses are formed precisely at desired locations on a wafer using a polymer-jet system in which hydrophobic effects define the lens diameter and surface tension creates a high-quality optical surface. To make the lenses, we defined hydrophilic circular regions at desired(More)
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