From eye movements to actions: how batsmen hit the ball

@article{Land2000FromEM,
  title={From eye movements to actions: how batsmen hit the ball},
  author={Michael F. Land and Peter McLeod},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={3},
  pages={1340-1345}
}
  • Michael F. Land, Peter McLeod
  • Published in Nature Neuroscience 2000
  • Biology, Medicine
  • In cricket, a batsman watches a fast bowler's ball come toward him at a high and unpredictable speed, bouncing off ground of uncertain hardness. Although he views the trajectory for little more than half a second, he can accurately judge where and when the ball will reach him. Batsmen's eye movements monitor the moment when the ball is released, make a predictive saccade to the place where they expect it to hit the ground, wait for it to bounce, and follow its trajectory for 100–200 ms after… CONTINUE READING

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