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Simulated nystagmoid motion: effects on visual acuity

Chung, LaFrance and Bedell have simulated nystagmus waveforms in normals with varying foveation periods to vicariously assess the impact of foveation durations on visual acuity. This, compared to a paradigm in which vision was only permitted during the simulated foveation periods, showed that with multiple cycles, visual acuity improved more dramatically in the foveation-only paradigm as compared to the full simulated waveform scenario.

See the article on PubMed.