Blink associated resetting eye movements (BARMs) are functionally complementary to microsaccades in correcting for fixation errors

Blinks do not only protect the eye, but they do also correct for torsional eye position deviations by blink-associated resetting eye movements (BARMs). Although BARMs are functionally distinct from other eye movements in the torsional dimension, it has remained open if BARMs observed in the horizontal and vertical dimensions (fixational BARMs) are not… CONTINUE READING