Eye tracking glasses track baseball players' gaze as they run to catch fly balls

Researchers at the University of Groningen used eye tracking glasses to determine whether baseball players were continuously looking at fly balls in order to successfully catch them. This is the first time scientists have documented the eye movement of athletes running at full speed to catch fly balls. The results are the most convincing yet to support past notions that constant eye contact is essential to a successful catch.

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