Off-centric rotation axes in natural head movements: implications for vestibular reafference and kinematic redundancy.

@article{Medendorp1998OffcentricRA,
  title={Off-centric rotation axes in natural head movements: implications for vestibular reafference and kinematic redundancy.},
  author={W. Pieter Medendorp and Bart J.M. Melis and C. C. A. M. Gielen and Jan A.M Van Gisbergen},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={79 4},
  pages={2025-39}
}
Until now, most studies concerning active head movements in three dimensions have used the classical rotation vector description. Although this description yields both the orientation of the head rotation axis and the amount of rotation, it is incomplete because it cannot specify the location of this rotation axis in space. The latter is of importance for a proper picture of the vestibular consequences of active head movements and has relevance for the problem of how the brain deals with the… CONTINUE READING
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