Neural control of three-dimensional gaze shifts

In laboratory conditions, with the head restrained and held upright, eye-in-head orientation vectors are constrained to a tilted two-dimensional (2D) range called Listing’s plane. Doug Crawford discusses that in most real-world conditions gaze control utilizes a three-dimensional (3D) range.

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