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    • Extra-Retinal Signals Influence Induced Motion: A New Kinetic Illusion 

      Prazdny, K.F.; Brady, Mike (1980-05-01)
      When a moving dot, which is tracked by the eyes and enclosed in a moving framework, suddenly stops while the enclosing framework continues its motion, the dot is seen to describe a curved path. This illusion can be ...
    • Limits of Precision for Human Eye Motor Control 

      Fahle, Manfred (1989-11-01)
      Dichoptic presentation of vernier stimuli, i.e., one segment to each eye, yielded three times higher thresholds than binocular presentation, mainly due to uncorrelated movements of both eyes. Thresholds allow one to ...