Eye Tracking of Pitched Balls

Official Title
Gaze tracking of pitched balls - bat swing versus passing height judgments

The purpose of this study is to compare eye and head movement behavior when baseball batters swing at (but do not hit) an approaching ball and when batters judge the height above the ground at which an approaching ball would reach had it arrived at the batter.

Could this study be right for you?
  • Must have visual acuity of 20/20 in each eye
  • No eye turn
  • Depth perception of 60 seconds of arc
  • Must have played organized baseball or softball at the high school level or above within the last 10 years
Age Range
18 - 40 years