Eye-Hand Coordination during Self-Moved Target Guiding Along Labyrinth Path
AbstractIn this research eye-hand coordination during an oculo-manual tracking was investigated. In the first set of experiments, subjects were asked to elicit guiding a self-moved target (cursor) along labyrinth paths presented on the computer screen. Four various labyrinth paths with different complexity were used. Trajectories of the target, gaze and difference between them were recorded and tracking parameters were analyzed. Two different tracking strategies: Gaze Jumps (GJ) and Gaze moves smoothly (GMS) were defined. During GJ strategy gaze was focused on the future path and during GMS strategy eye tracked a target, which was self-moved by hand. In the second set of experiments, subjects were asked to draw labyrinths (LD) close to those used in the first experiments. During LD experiments gaze was always moving behind hand following target which was self-moved by hand. Ill. 5, bibl. 5, tabl. 4 (in English; abstracts in English and Lithuanian).
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