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A saccade is the quick movement your eyeballs make when they look from one object to another. 00:29
When you shift your eyes to another fixed point, your brain replaces the resulting blur of movement with an image of the point your eyes moved to. 01:04
Every day, you lose approximately 40 minutes to saccadic masking. 02:22
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