100,000 Saccades per Day
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Saccades are eye movements from one object of regard to another. These “jump” eye movements allow us to fixate objects with the fovea, which is the part of the retina that we use to discriminate details and determine, “what is this.” Reading across a line of printed words requires a series of saccades and fixations.
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