Simultaneous hand tracking does not affect human vergence pursuit

  title={Simultaneous hand tracking does not affect human vergence pursuit},
  author={Phil W. Koken and Casper J. Erkelens},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
In order to find out whether human vergence eye movements are influenced by simultaneous hand tracking movements, vergence was studied when sinusoidal (expressed in vergence angles) target movements were tracked. The target motion was externally generated and the target actually moved in depth. Tracking was done by the eyes alone or by the eyes and hand together, in both light and dark viewing conditions. Our data show that the target motion was tracked by the eyes with a short delay (on… CONTINUE READING

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