Abstract

Experimental goal of retinal tracker device was to show ability to detect retinal motions caused by eye drifts, saccades and microsaccades with an ultrafast optoelectronic device that provides up to 1240 retinal images per second. Moreover, high speed of the device, related to optical scanning and detection guarantees safe, non-invasive and objective measurements of the living eye.

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