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From: Coordinated Control of Three-Dimensional Components of Smooth Pursuit to Rotating and Translating Textures Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci ;58(1): doi: /iovs Figure Legend: Design of experiment 1. (A) Block types and sequence of events in each trial. In blocks 1 and 9, observers made center-out saccades to peripheral locations spaced every 5° in a 25° × 25° grid; these calibration blocks were used to calculate Listing's plane. The experiment consisted of three types of blocks, two pursuit baseline blocks (pursuit to moving dot and nonrotating RDP) and torsion blocks (translating and rotating RDP), all with identical timing and tracking instructions. Each of these blocks (2–8) started with a 9-point calibration. Each trial then began with peripheral fixation followed by stimulus motion; torsion blocks included a judgment of stimulus rotational speed (“faster” or “slower” than the average) via button press. (B) Stimulus rotation conditions in torsion blocks. Leftward stimulus motion and CCW rotation are marked in red, rightward motion and CW rotation in blue. A combination of right translational motion and clockwise (CW) rotation or left translational motion and counterclockwise (CCW) rotation resulted in a “natural” rotation appearance; the remaining two conditions had an “unnatural” appearance. Date of download: 10/10/2017 The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Copyright © All rights reserved.
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