Abstract

A method is described which uses the difference between the light scattering ability of the cornea and of sclera to control the position of a cathode-ray tube spot in such a way that its focused image is kept fixed to the limbus. It is particularly suited to horizontal movements in the range 0.1–10 deg. The speed of response is 5 msec.

© 1960 Optical Society of America

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