Quality of retinal image stabilization during small natural and artificial body rotations in man

@article{Skavenski1979QualityOR,
  title={Quality of retinal image stabilization during small natural and artificial body rotations in man},
  author={Alexander A Skavenski and Ronald M. Hansen and Robert M. Steinman and Barbara J. Winterson},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1979},
  volume={19},
  pages={675-683}
}
THo-dimcnsioni~l head rotations rrcordcd from 1 subjects sitting still. brithout artifici:tl held support. showed appreciable movement owr the frryucncq range d.c. to 7 Hz. Capacity of testibuloocular reflex and visually guided e)e movements to null motion over this dqnamlc range was examined by simultaneously recording 2-dimensional head and eye rotations while sinusoidall~ rotating subjects over the frequency range 0.1 to I5 Hz usin, 0 small amplitudes. At best. oculomotor compensation… CONTINUE READING

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