Dynamics of Ocular Motion
A primary goal of this research is to develop tracking models (observers) for moving objects based on the model of human binocular vision. First, a simplified physical model of a single eye was built, and it was used to derive the mathematic model of the eye. Then computer simulations were performed to find a suitable controller for this model. Second, the model was extended to binocular vision and the controller found was improved for the binocular model.
KeywordsController Feedback Binocular Vision Ocular Motion Initial Angle Inferior Rectus
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Foley, J. M. Primary distance perception. In: R. Held, H. Leibowitz and H. L. Teuber (eds.), Handbook of Sensory Physiology, Vol. VIII; Perception, Springer, Berlin, pp 181 – 213, 1978.Google Scholar
- Foley, J. M. Binocular distance perception. Psychol. Rev. 87, pp 411 – 433, 1980.Google Scholar
- Henry Gray, Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical, pp 303–306, 1977.Google Scholar
- F. W. Sears and M. W. Zemansky, University Physics, pp 783 – 786, 1955.Google Scholar