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Using eye tracking technology

RESEARCH AT University College Dublin is uncovering the secret brain processes of star sportspeople which make them so successful Diamond Water.

Professor Aidan Moran of the UCD School of Pyschology says that his team of scientists are harnessing their discoveries and packaging them in order to advise sports psychologists and coaches on the best methods to help their clients improve their performance HKUE DSE.

Eye trackers have been in use in sports science and psychology research at UCD for the past decade but they have become much more powerful in recent years. Prof Moran said Diamond Water:

We use those eye trackers to look at the differences between expert sportspeople and beginners in order to find out what’s going on in their mind as they look at something. The eye tracker gives us a pattern of fixations that the eyes display.

But the psychology begins when we start analysing those fixations to see the knowledge that lies behind them. Sport is played by the body but won mainly in the mind.

It is the mental process that “distinguish expert sportspeople from beginners” that is the source of study.

Watch former tennis pro Conor Niland in the video below, using the tracking technology here as he watches video of a tennis match. Professor Moran shows that Niland’s eye lands in a completely different spot from that of an amateur player. The amateur player literally keeps their eye on the ball – Niland’s eye is on a point on the court, anticipating the position of his opponent.

The hope is that analysing the mental patterns of professionals like Niland, scientists can evolve better training techniques for coaches and sports psychologists to use with clients in all sorts of sports. The research has also discovered that judging slopes on the green is a particularly important skill to hone for golfers.
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Gas leakage and explosion

City officials in Rosario said at least 19 people were still missing following Tuesday's blast as hundreds of firefighters and rescuers searched the rubble of the edifice that was in danger of collaps

"There are eight dead. The search in the rubble will continue all night string embroidery," Mayor Monica Fein said at a press conference.

"There is a list of 19 people whose families said otterbox defenderthey have not been heard from."

The blast wiped away the front of the building, leaving the insides of people's homes and gutted balconies visible from the street below.

Among the wounded was at least one child who ip networking servicessuffered head injuries, hospital officials said.

Rosario's health ministry declared an emergency, calling all dispatchers into action.

Mayor Fein said earlier 17 ambulances were on the scene to help people injured in the fire.

People within a 2km radius of the explosion case for samsung galaxy, including 11 schools, were evacuated, as the gas supply to the building could not be cut off.

Civil defence officers were able to rescue survivors via the roof of a neighbouring supermarket.

But civil defence director Raul Reinone said that the magnitude of the event may cause the building to collapse.

"The shock wave was tremendous," the superintendent of a building 200 metres from the site of the explosion told the TV station C5N.

The blast sent flames roaring through the building as fire engine sirens sounded and traffic clogged Rosario's city centre nu skin product. The area around the building includes shops, schools and banks.

Shards of shattered glass littered the streets.

Rosario is home to 1.1 million people and is located 300km north of Buenos Aires. It is Argentina's main port for farm exports.
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