A new study could help explain why our peripheral vision is so poor.
While microsaccades appear to boost or diminish the strength of brain signals associated with attention, eye movements are not drivers for these brain signals.
Researchers find our peripheral vision effectively allows us to judge what others are doing, even if they are not in our direct line of sight.
According to a new study, the things we see with our peripheral vision may sometimes be an optical illusion.
Peripheral awareness is improved significantly by playing video games designed around peripheral vision.
Researchers report the Kalman filter, an algorithm both our brains and GPS systems use to track an object's position, can be tricked by the pattern of motion.
Researchers report children with poor vision experience an improvement in their peripheral vision within hours of being exposed to child friendly action video games.