Eye Movements and Vision

The voluntary or involuntary movement of the eyes is included in this process, which aids in acquiring, concentrating, and tracking visual enhancements. These signals proceed through the optic nerve fibres to the brain, where they are translated into vision by the visual cortex. Any variation in the location of the eye in its circle is considered an eye movement. There are several types of eye movements, each of which is classified into one of several categories. The primary purpose of eye movements is to improve visual acuity by keeping images fixed on the retina and reducing blur.

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