New paper on bioRxiv
We have a new paper submitted: “The transfer function of the rhesus macaque oculomotor system for small-amplitude slow motion trajectories”. It is a new exciting work showing how slow movements can be accurately and voluntarily tracked. These results support the hypothesis that even drift eye movements, i.e. the slow movements between saccades, can be centrally controlled. The article is already uploaded on bioRxiv at this doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/359836. Have a nice read!