By Alfred L. Yarbus (auth.)
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17, is used to record the pulsations of the eye. The frame of the apparatus 2 and the hollow side-piece 14 are made of rubber. The hollow side-piece is joined by the opening 15 to the lower chamber 3 of the cap, in which is created the reduced pressure necessary for securing the apparatus to the eye. Fig. 17. The P5 cap. 34 CHAPTER I The lower chamber 3 of the cap is bounded below by the cornea of the eye 1, at the sides by the frame of the cap 2, and above by a thin rubber diaphragm 4 to which is secured a flat rubber button 6, lightly pressing on the cornea.
A beam of light reflected from the mirror was transmitted to a photoelectric cell. By this method, both horizontal and vertical movements of the eyes could be recorded. Shackel (1960) described a method which could be used to study the movements, not only of the eyes, but also of the head. A television 28 CHAPTER I camera, affixed to the subject's head recorded the field visible to the eye. The apparatus recording the eye movements transmitted to the same screen a small spot of white light corresponding, with a certain degree of accuracy, to the point of fixation at each particular moment.
Sometimes special discs and vanes are used to change the brightness and color of the light falling on the frosted glass or the screen in accordance with a given pattern. However, no explanation is required of the construction of these devices. When using the P s , P 7, and P s types of cap, the experiments are best carried out in conditions under which the subject's face is turned upward, and the fixation point for the second eye lies on the ceiling. An armchair with a low back, with a controllable device for maintaining the head in the required position, may be used for this purpose.