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  • On the retinal correspondences across the binocular visual field. [Journal Article]
    Prog Brain Res 2019; 248:139-156Hess BJM
  • We have recently reported that objects seen at near distances require adjustments of the relative torsion of the eyes to avoid blurred binocular images or double vision and ultimately to allow binocular fusion. The reason underlying these rotational adjustments is that converging eye movements undo the eyes' torsional alignment, generating disparate binocular images of objects outside the horizon…
  • Bio-inspired energy-harvesting mechanisms and patterns of dynamic soaring. [Journal Article]
    Bioinspir Biomim 2017; 12(1):016014Liu DN, Hou ZX, … Gao XZ
  • Albatrosses can make use of the dynamic soaring technique extracting energy from the wind field to achieve large-scale movement without a flap, which stimulates interest in effortless flight with small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). However, mechanisms of energy harvesting in terms of the energy transfer from the wind to the flyer (albatross or UAV) are still indeterminate and controversial whe…
  • Three-dimensional ocular kinematics underlying binocular single vision. [Journal Article]
    J Neurophysiol 2016; 116(6):2841-2856Hess BJ, Misslisch H
  • We have analyzed the binocular coordination of the eyes during far-to-near refixation saccades based on the evaluation of distance ratios and angular directions of the projected target images relative to the eyes' rotation centers. By defining the geometric point of binocular single vision, called Helmholtz point, we found that disparities during fixations of targets at near distances were limite…
  • Obstacle crossing in 7-9-year-old children with Down syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Res Dev Disabil 2016; 48:202-10Chen HL, Yu WH, Yeh HC
  • This study aimed to investigate obstacle crossing in 7-9-year-old children with Down syndrome (DS). Fifteen children with DS, age- and gender-matched with 15 typically developing (TD) children, were recruited to walk and cross obstacles with heights of 10%, 20% and 30% of their leg lengths. End-point and kinematic variables of obstacle crossing were obtained using a three-dimensional motion analy…
  • The kinematics of far-near re-fixation saccades. [Journal Article]
    J Neurophysiol 2015; 113(9):3197-208Hess BJ, Misslisch H
  • We have analyzed the three-dimensional spatiotemporal characteristics of saccadic refixations between far and near targets in three behaviorally trained rhesus monkeys. The kinematics underlying these rapid eye movements can be accurately described by rotations of the eyes in four different planes, namely, first disconjugate rotations in the horizontal plane of regard converging the eyes toward t…
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