Abstract

A software–hardware complex for studying the neurophysiological mechanism that controls saccades is described and makes it possible to generate images using the motion of a window synchronized with eye movement. This complex makes it possible to demonstrate to the subject either the part of the image perceived only by the foveal region or the part perceived by the periphery of the retina.

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