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Visual Servoing for hand-eye configuration having been presented so far seems to be vulnerable for tracking ability since it may lose a moving target. Our proposal to solve this problem is that the controller for visual servoing of the hand and the eye-vergence should be separated independently based on decoupling the motions each other. Base on this prerequisite the eye-vergence system to track target object by camera to be in view sight can have higher trackability than conventional visual servoing with fixed cameras. We have confirmed this superiority of eye-vergence system through frequency response visual servoing experiment with full 3-D pose tracking.