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Published on Apr 12, 2018
Matthis et al. present the results of a study that uses a mobile eye tracker and an IMU-based motion-capture suite to simultaneously record gaze and full-body kinematics during locomotion over different outdoor terrains. They show that walkers alter their gaze to tailor their gaze and gait behavior to the specific demands of each terrain in order to balance between the drive to move efficiently and the need to place the feet in stable locations.