Skill level and graphical detail shape perceptual judgments in tennis.

@article{Loffing2011SkillLA,
  title={Skill level and graphical detail shape perceptual judgments in tennis.},
  author={Florian Loffing and Timo Wilkes and Norbert Hagemann},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2011},
  volume={40 12},
  pages={1447-56}
}
Reducing the representation of human actions from normal video to biological motion animation in perceptual tasks means removing a number of visual features from the scenery, thereby eliminating potentially useful information for successfully performing the task. To determine the impact of selected visual features on perceptual judgments in tennis, we invited skilled players and novices to predict baseline shot direction under four different display conditions (PL: point-light display; PL_TC… CONTINUE READING