Optical Information for Cascade Juggling
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With the advent of ecological psychology, much emphasis has been placed on the intimacy of the circular relationship between perceptual information and the generation of movement in the control of action. Movements are coordinated on the basis of information picked-up from multiple perceptual flow fields, which are, at least in part, brought about by movement. Thus far, experimental studies have been directed predominantly at the former aspect, i.e., the identification of action-specific informational quantities as such, and less on the latter aspect, i.e., the identification of perception-directed properties of movement. We strive to study these two aspects of perception-movement systems in conjunction, not separately.