Your Eardrums Move With Your Eyes

News   Jan 24, 2018 | Original Story by Kara Manke for Duke University

 
Our Eyes and Eardrums Move in Sync

The eyes and eardrums move in sync. Credit: Jessi Cruger and David Murphy, Duke University.

 
 
 

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