Skill of Eye-Hand Coordination in Calligraphy : Difference of Skill of Hand-Eye Coordination between Expert and Novice
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A system that can simultaneously measure the movement of a brush tip and the eye-gaze position during a calligraphy task has been developed. The system consisted of a device to measure the location of a brush tip and an eye tracker. Using this system, the skill of hand-eye coordination was measured for an expert and novices. It has been clarified that an expert of calligraphy distributes the eye-gaze over a wider area and gazes in advance a part that should be written next. In other words, an expert does not gaze at the brush tip but at the part that should be written at the next stage.
5th International Workshop on Computational Intelligence & Applications Proceedings : IWCIA 2009
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