Eye Movements and Vision

The acquisition, concentration, and tracking of visual improvements are aided by this process, which also includes the intentional or involuntary movement of the eyes. The visual cortex in the brain translates these impulses into vision after travelling via the optic nerve fibres. An eye movement is any change in the eye's position inside its circle. Eye movements come in a variety of forms, and each kind is divided into a number of categories. Eye movements are mostly used to maintain pictures fixed on the retina and lessen blur, which helps visual acuity.


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