Monocular microsaccades

or as nicely plotted by King & Zhou in 2000,  “Is there a chameleon in the primate family?”

The Hering’s law of equal innervation stipulates that conjugacy of saccades in stereoptic animals (whose humans) is due to innate connections in which the eye muscles responsible for each eye’s movements are innervated equally.

My recent work with the Professor Harold Bedell underlines that this might veridically not be the case.

(to be continued)