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Can mobility performance be predicted from measures of vision function? This study addressed this question by measuring a series of vision variables including visual acuity, visual fields, and differential motion sensitivity in a group of patients with age-related maculopathy (ARM) and a group of age-matched normals. Mobility performance at three adaptation levels was determined objectively on an indoor course. The results indicate that for the patients with ARM, mobility variables can be predicted from measures of vision function, including differential velocity sensitivity, and that simple variables such as time taken to complete the course and average speed are those which relate best to vision.