Proposal for Some Eye–Brain Experiments


DITCHBURN1 pointed out that objects appear stationary in spite of the saccadic movements of the eyes, which occur several times every second and involve angular movements of the order of a minute of arc up to half a degree. The images on the retinae must shift appreciably, so there must be some mechanism by which the muscles or the nerves which produce the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/2201127a0


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