Continuous visual control of interception.

@article{Brenner2011ContinuousVC,
  title={Continuous visual control of interception.},
  author={Eli Brenner and Jeroen B. J. Smeets},
  journal={Human movement science},
  year={2011},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={475-94}
}
People generally try to keep their eyes on a moving target that they intend to catch or hit. In the present study we first examined how important it is to do so. We did this by designing two interception tasks that promote different eye movements. In both tasks it was important to be accurate relative to both the moving target and the static environment. We found that performance was more variable in relation to the structure that was not fixated. This suggests that the resolution of visual… CONTINUE READING

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