God Never Blinks Pdf
The aperture master curve (figure 2a) shows how the aperture changed over time. It rapidly decreased until it reached approximately 0 for the first 110 ms, then increased rapidly but at a slower rate until 400 ms followed by a much slower increase until it reached its original value. Unlike in the normalized aperture scatter plot (figure 1a), the value never reached zero because of the variation in the timing and the duration of the closed phase between individuals. The speed master curve (figure 2b) exhibits two parabolic curves; one for the closing phase and the other one for the opening phase. The curve demonstrates that the upper eyelid accelerates until reaching its maximum speed then decelerates during the closing or opening action of the eye. The duration of one voluntary blink was determined for each phase (figure 2c).
god never blinks pdf