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Stabilized images on the retina.
I n normal vision the eye is constantly in motion. Small involuntary move­ ments persist even when the eye .is "fixed" on a stationary object. As a result the image of the object on the retina of theExpand
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Visual Illusions Viewed as Stabilized Retinal Images
Some well-known visual illusions have been examined under conditions which remove the effect of eye movements so that the image on the retina is stationary. Under these conditions the simpleExpand
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Small eye movements of the cat.
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Binocular Vision with two Stabilized Retinal Images
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Experiments are described in which each eye is presented with a target whose image remains on the same part of the retina when the eye moves. Expand
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Physiological excitation of visual cortex in cat's unanesthetized isolated forebrain.
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Visual perception approached by the method of stabilized images.
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Apparatus: A Collimator Stabilizing System for the Retinal Image
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A method of producing a stabilized image is here described. Expand
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Stabilized Retinal Images and Visual Perception
Earlier investigations of eye movements have shown that when a subject “fixates” on a stationary target, small involuntary rotations of the eyeball persist (Lord and Wright, 1950; Ratliff and Riggs,Expand
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