Listing law

Lis·ting law

(lis'ting),
when the eye leaves one object and fixes on another, it revolves about an axis perpendicular to a plane cutting both the former and the present lines of vision.

Lis·ting law

(lis'ting law)
When the eye leaves one object and fixes on another, it revolves about an axis perpendicular to a plane cutting both the former and the present lines of vision.

Listing,

Johann B., German physiologist, 1808-1882.
Listing law - when the eye leaves one object and fixes upon another it revolves about an axis perpendicular to a plane cutting both the former and the present lines of vision.
Listing reduced eye - a representation that simplifies calculations of retinal imagery.
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