Using a sclera lens we induced a sustained rotation
of the non-viewing, dominant eye, stimulating the extraocular muscle
proprioceptors. While participants viewed a display with the non-dominant eye,
this procedure improved visual detection in the hemifield located in the
direction of this rotation.
( Balslev, Newman and Knox. Extraocular muscle afferent
signals modulate visual attention. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, in press)