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Normal adult hand eye coordination
Hand-eye coordination is the ability to perform an action that involves the hands and eyes working together. These actions include catching, hitting, and throwing a ball. Hand-eye coordination is a learned skill that involves the use of the eyes and hands working together to perform an action such as catching a ball, drawing a picture, or writing. The person's eyes information such as the presence of a ball in the air, and the eyes guide the hands to catch it. This dual process involves visual perception from the eyes and the use of movement called skills to do the action. The process of seeing starts when light from an object such as a ball enters the eye.
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4 Easy Drills to Improve Hand-Eye Coordination
You may not think much about your hand-eye coordination unless you begin having problems with it. Difficulties with hand-eye coordination can emerge for a variety of reasons. One of the most common reasons is age.
Reaching to targets in space requires the coordination of eye and hand movements. In two experiments, we recorded eye and hand kinematics to examine the role of gaze position at target onset on eye-hand coordination and reaching performance. Experiment 1 showed that with eyes and hand aligned on the same peripheral start location, time lags….