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Figure 1 - The Role of Eye Movements During Visual Fixation

Figure 1. Demonstration of peripheral visual fading, or Troxler effect. Fixate precisely on the red spot, while paying attention to the bluish annulus. After a few seconds, the annulus will disappear, and the red spot will appear to be surrounded by a completely white field. Eye movement immediately brings the blue annulus back to perception. From MartinezConde S, Macknik SL, Hubel DH: The role of fixational eye movements in visual perception. Nat Rev Neurosci 5:229-240, 2004. Courtesy of Susana Martinez-Conde, PhD.
Demonstration of peripheral visual fading, or Troxler effect. Fixate precisely on the red spot, while paying attention to the bluish annulus. After a few seconds, the annulus will disappear, and the red spot will appear to be surrounded by a completely white field. Eye movement immediately brings the blue annulus back to perception. From MartinezConde S, Macknik SL, Hubel DH: The role of fixational eye movements in visual perception. Nat Rev Neurosci 5:229-240, 2004. Courtesy of Susana Martinez-Conde, PhD.
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