What are the potential advantages of using virtual environments (VE) to train and study sports skills? How should a VE be evaluated? How important is fidelity, presence, and cost? When is the best time to use a VE in relation to skill level and physical training? Why haven’t VE’s been more widely adopted?
A review of virtual environments for training in ball sports
Understanding perception and action in sport: how can virtual reality technology help?
Examination of gaze behaviors under in situ and video simulation task constraints reveals differences in information pickup for perception and action
Action specificity increases anticipatory performance and the expert advantage in natural interceptive tasks
Virtual reality as a tool for the study of perception– action: the case of running to catch fly balls
vlog #7 – Acting to Perceive
The Flamin’ Groovies – Shake Some Action
Mark Lanegan – Saint Louis Elegy
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