Vergence effects on the perception of motion-in-depth


When the eyes follow a target that is moving directly towards the head they make a vergence eye movement. Accurate perception of the target’s motion requires adequate compensation for the movements of the eyes. The experiments in this paper address the issue of how well the visual system compensates for vergence eye movements when viewing moving targets. We… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-007-1046-5


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@article{Nefs2007VergenceEO, title={Vergence effects on the perception of motion-in-depth}, author={Harold T. Nefs and Julie M. Harris}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={2007}, volume={183}, pages={313-322} }