69 – Virtual Environments for Training & Understanding Sports Skills II: Evaluating the Evidence

How effective are VEs for sports training? Have they achieved good fidelity? Can they induce competitive anxiety? Does augmentation help performance? Do they show evidence of transfer of training?
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Distance Perception in Real and Virtual Environments
Do monocular time-to-collision estimates necessarily involve perceived distance?
Motion in depth: Adequate and inadequate simulation
Virtual exertions: evoking the sense of exerting forces in virtual reality using gestures and muscle activity
A comparison of the upper limb movement kinematics utilized by children playing virtual and real table tennis
Comparison of grasping movements made by healthy subjects in a 3-dimensional immersive virtual versus physical environment
Real Handball Goalkeeper vs. Virtual Handball Thrower
Hitting moving objects. The dependency of hand velocity on the speed of the target
Bending It Like Beckham: How to Visually Fool the Goalkeeper
Visuomotor adaptation in head-mounted virtual reality versus conventional training
Feasibility of Training Athletes for High-Pressure Situations Using Virtual Reality
Visual Perspective and Feedback Guidance for VR Free-Throw Training
Virtual Visualization: Preparation for the Olympic Games Long-Track Speed Skating
Does a virtual audience influence rowing?
Virtual reality and exercise: Behavioral and psychological effects of visual feedback
Effect of virtual reality exposure and aural stimuli on eye contact, directional focus, and focus of attention of novice wind band conductors
Virtual realities as optimal learning environments in sport – A transfer study of virtual and real dart throwing
Transfer of Complex Skill Learning from Virtual to Real Rowing
Augmented feedback presented in a virtual environment accelerates learning of a difficult motor task.
Transfer of skill from a virtual reality trainer to real juggling

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