DATA SET 10: Mike Land's Table Tennis Data SetEXPERIMENT DESCRIPTION
Fig 1: (a) The visual ambiguity in the trajectory of an approaching ball before it bounces. The vertical motion of a slow ball bouncing short, and a faster ball bouncing long will appear similar to an observer. The ambiguity is removed when the ball bounces. (b,c) The locations in the field of view of the receiver of 38 fixations which follow the first saccade after the ball has been struck by the opponent: (b) relative to the table top, and (c) relative to the bounce point. The receiver mainly fixates a point a few degrees above the expected bounce point, independent of where that is on the table.
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