The brain is a funny thing. The way human vision works is amazing. When you look around, your eye doesn't move smoothly, it moves in short sharp steps and stops. When the sys is in movement, the brain ignores the signals from the light receptors in the eye, and the mental image of the world is paused for a fraction of a second.
One of the consequences of that is that, if you look at yourself in the mirror, and flick your gaze back and forth between the left and right eye, you don't actually see the movement of your own eyes.
If you use a webcam or front facing phone camera, the latency introduced by the electronics means you can actually observe the movement of your eyes as you do it.
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