martedì 8 maggio 2018

# brain: chaotic scanning and tiny wobbles during (ocular) vision

<< When we read, our eyes don’t scan a page smoothly but perform a series of jumps, darting from one section of text to another. After each jump, known as a saccade, the pupil typically wobbles for a moment. Now researchers have developed a model for this wobble that involves only physical characteristics of the eyeball >>

Why Your Pupils Wobble. Apr 27, 2018

Bouzat S, Freije ML, et al. Inertial Movements of the Iris as the Origin of Postsaccadic Oscillations. Phys Rev  Lett. 120, 178101. doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.178101 Apr 27, 2018.


2146 - is not as simple as one might think (chaos in reading). Sep11, 2007.

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