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.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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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