Manuo-ocular coordination in target tracking. I. A model simulating human performance

@article{Lazzari1997ManuoocularCI,
  title={Manuo-ocular coordination in target tracking. I. A model simulating human performance},
  author={Stefano Lazzari and Jean-Louis Vercher and Angelo Buizza},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={1997},
  volume={77},
  pages={257-266}
}
During eye tracking of a self-moved target, human subjects' performance differs from eye-alone tracking of an external target. Typical latency between target and eye motion onsets is shorter, ocular smooth pursuit (SP) saturation velocity increases and the maximum target motion frequency at which the SP system functions correctly is higher. Based on a previous qualitative model, a quantitative model of the coordination control between the arm motor system and the SP system is presented and… CONTINUE READING

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