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comment Predicting the landing site of a saccade while the saccade is still in progress
@DanM. I think you are right, in that most people are interested in understanding global characteristics of where the eyes fall during activities such as, say scene perception. Predicting saccade landing sites online once a saccade has been launched is theoretically much more mundane. I've been speculating about using such a prediction in my work to do a gaze contingent manipulation of the content located at a potential saccade landing site.
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comment Predicting the landing site of a saccade while the saccade is still in progress
@JohnChristie Thanks for your comments. This question is primarily aimed to inquire whether previous work on this has been done. Also, I ask the question "how early prior to landing could this estimate be made." From this, the implication is that I would be interested in knowing landing site as early as possible (if possible at all). If it is known that peak velocity has been reached, and the current distance travelled is known would this not constrain the likely endpoint at least to some reasonable degree?
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asked Predicting the landing site of a saccade while the saccade is still in progress
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answered Categorization studies with a procedure similar to Shepard et al (1961) and Medin & Schaffer (1978)