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Journal of Vision
People can hit rapidly moving balls with amazing precision. To determine how they manage to do so, we explored how various factors that we could manipulate influenced people's precision when intercepting virtual targets. We found that temporal precision was highest for fast targets that subjects were free to intercept wherever they wished. Temporal precision was much poorer when the point of interception was specified in advance. Examining responses to abrupt perturbations of the target'sdoi:10.1167/15.3.8 pmid:25767094 fatcat:l6ddsb36dfh4dn7vk6cmlgowaq