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Springer Series on Touch and Haptic Systems
This chapter considers the use of haptics for learning fundamental rhythm skills, including skills that depend on multi-limb coordination. Different sensory modalities have different strengths and weaknesses for the development of skills related to rhythm. For example, vision has low temporal resolution and performs poorly for tracking rhythms in real time, whereas hearing is highly accurate. However, in the case of multi-limbed rhythms, neither hearing nor sight is particularly well suited todoi:10.1007/978-3-319-58316-7_11 fatcat:egrcabi7mbhqvlmxt34riu7odu