SKILL ANALYSIS THROUGH COMPUTER GRAPHIC FEEDBACK
AbstractMany experienced coaches can easily identify the athlete's performance errors and that athlete can try to correct the fault following the coach's direction; however, sometimes the athlete misunderstands the direction or does not fully understand what he/she should correct in the skill. At that point a high speed camera or a video camera may be used to facilitate the motion analysis. Although this allows the athlete to receive feedback about the performance, it does not allow a comparison of the performance with an ideal performance of another athlete without dependence upon the athlete's ability to memorize and recall the correct skill execution.
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