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The Vision Group at NASA Ames Research Center conducts research on human vision and visual technology in support of NASA missions.
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Image of researcher wearing an eye tracker The Ocular Imaging Laboratory conducts scientific research in the area of human eye movements, and develops technology for their measurement.
Oculometrics Image The Visuomotor Control Laboratory measures and models human gaze and manual control performance with an emphasis on understanding and modeling sensorimotor processing.
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The Vision Group at NASA Ames Research Center is a team of scientists and engineers who conduct research on human vision and visual technology for NASA missions. The Group consists of the Visuomotor Control Laboratory and the Ocular Imaging Laboratory.

The Ocular Imaging Laboratory develops image-based technology for passive eye monitoring, and applies these technologies to scientific problems both basic and applied.

For the past 20 years, the Visuomotor Control Laboratory at NASA Ames Research Center has conducted neuroscience research with the aim of understanding the link between eye movements and brain function. The lab has worked to systematically validate the use of oculometrics to quantify visual motion perception and has developed hardware and software tools for this purpose.
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Last Updated: August 15, 2019