Oculomotor Research and Visual Attention

During normal viewing conditions, a subject makes 3-5 saccades per second, separated by periods (fixations) of 200-300 ms where the eyes do not make large or fast movements. To isolate saccade-to-saccade latencies for histogram timing analysis, record the derivative (velocity) of eye movement and use the Rate Detector to calculate the latencies. Alternatively, by using the Rate Detector to calculate the maximum cyclic value of the derivative, it’s possible to determine the average velocity of saccadic movement over long time periods.

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