Temporal Encoding of Spatial Information during Active Visual Fixation

  title={Temporal Encoding of Spatial Information during Active Visual Fixation},
  author={Xutao Kuang and Martina Poletti and Jonathan D. Victor and Michele Rucci},
  journal={Current Biology},
Humans and other species continually perform microscopic eye movements, even when attending to a single point. These movements, which include drifts and microsaccades, are under oculomotor control, elicit strong neural responses, and have been thought to serve important functions. The influence of these fixational eye movements on the acquisition and neural processing of visual information remains unclear. Here, we show that during viewing of natural scenes, microscopic eye movements carry out… CONTINUE READING