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Perception of motion blur during eye movement
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Motion of the retinal image during eye movements produces less perceived motion blur than during fixation, a difference that can be attributed to the influence of extra-retinal eye-movement signals. The reduction of perceived motion blur during eye movement is accompanied by functional improvements in vision.
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