Vestibulo-oculomotor research and measurement technology for the space station era

@article{Clarke1998VestibulooculomotorRA,
  title={Vestibulo-oculomotor research and measurement technology for the space station era},
  author={A. A. Clarke},
  journal={Brain Research Reviews},
  year={1998},
  volume={28},
  pages={173-184}
}
Recent improvements in measurement techniques and mathematical representations for eye, head and body movement have enhanced our appreciation of the complexity of spatial orientation and locomotion in three-dimensional space. The shortcomings of present measurement techniques, and their solution with emerging technologies are described. The prolonged microgravity conditions on the space station provide a unique opportunity to investigate these three-dimensional aspects of the vestibular and… CONTINUE READING
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