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Vision Res. 1998 Feb;38(4):591-600.

Methodological caveats for monitoring binocular eye position with nonius stimuli.

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Communications Research Center, Ottawa, Canada.

Abstract

Three experiments, using two sets of Nonius lines placed in a random-dot stereogram, indicated that Nonius alignment does not always reflect binocular eye position and, thus, a caveat is necessary when Nonius alignment is used to monitor binocular eye position. We found that: (a) two Nonius lines with visual line values that differed by up to 7.6 min of arc can appear aligned; (b) the two lines of each of the two Nonius sets continued to appear aligned despite a change in vergence angle of 5.9 min of arc; and (c) the Nonius alignment reflected eye position better, when the binocular dots near the Nonius lines were eliminated.

PMID:
9536381
DOI:
10.1016/s0042-6989(97)00168-5
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