A dual visual-local feedback model of the vergence eye movement system.

@article{Erkelens2011ADV,
  title={A dual visual-local feedback model of the vergence eye movement system.},
  author={Casper J. Erkelens},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 10}
}
Pure vergence movements are the eye movements that we make when we change our binocular fixation between targets differing in distance but not in direction relative to the head. Pure vergence is slow and controlled by visual feedback. Saccades are the rapid eye movements that we make between targets differing in direction. Saccades are extremely fast and controlled by a local, non-visual feedback loop. Usually, we change our fixation between targets that differ in both distance and direction… CONTINUE READING
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