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Listing's law is a term used to describe the three-dimensional
orientation of the eye and its axes of rotation. Listing's law has
been shown to hold when the head is stationary and upright and gaze
is directed toward far targets, i.e., when the eyes are either
fixating, making saccades, or pursuing moving visual targets.
Listing's law states that the eye does not achieve all possible 3D
orientations. Instead all achieved eye orientations can be reached
by starting from one specific "primary" reference orientation and
then rotating about an axis that lies within the plane orthogonal
to the primary orientation's gaze direction.
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