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The effect of 3D virtual images on eye movement control (1996)
Journal Article
Neary, C. (1996). The effect of 3D virtual images on eye movement control. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 36, 784

Purpose. To examine oculomotor responses to targets presented within a non-immersive stereoscopic (3D) display where accommodation and vergence cues to depth conflict. Methods. A liquid crystal frame sequential shuttering system was used to create th... Read More about The effect of 3D virtual images on eye movement control.

Oculomotor responses to perspective grid line drawings (1996)
Journal Article
Fulford, K., Findlay, J. M., & Neary, C. (1996). Oculomotor responses to perspective grid line drawings. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 36, 783

Purpose. Can disconjugate eye movements be triggered by pictorial depth cues? If they could, this would facilitate eye pointing to three-dimensional displays. Method. Eye movement responses were measured as subjects shifted their gaze from a central... Read More about Oculomotor responses to perspective grid line drawings.