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Recently I described saccades and fixations, the jittery movement of the eye as you scan a horizon. The other way in which eyes move, called smooth pursuit, happens when you follow a moving object. Most people find it hard to do this without the help of a moving object [I was watching my finger], and are better at horizontal than vertical movement. [more]

Recently I described saccades and fixations, the jittery movement of the eye as you scan a horizon. The other way in which eyes move, called smooth pursuit, happens when you follow a moving object. Most people find it hard to do this without the help of a moving object [I was watching my finger], and are better at horizontal than vertical movement. [more]

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