Listing's law: all eye rotations are such that they are rotations around an axis orthogonal to the primary gaze direction
Mathematically, this means the space of all eye rotations
is a subset of the special orthogonal group SO(3).
THINGS TO TRY
Rotate and Zoom in 3D
The geodesic equations in the space
(parameterized by the angles
of a spherical coordinate system) are
A. D. Polpitiya, W. P. Dayawansa, C. F. Martin, and B. K. Ghosh , "Geometry and Control of Human Eye Movements,"
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
(2), 2007 pp. 170–180.
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