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Philip Schot
02-08-1995, 01:16 AM
A colleague of mine asked that I consult the biomechanics net regarding
liquid crystal occlusion goggles. This instrument was used by Robertson,
et al (The influence of skill and intermittent vision on dynamic balance,
Journal of Motor Behavior, 26:333-339, 1994) which also cited another
report regarding the goggles (Milgram, A spectacle mounted liquid crystal
tachistoscope. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 19:
449-456, 1987).

If anyone has any specific information on a supplier, and/or experience
with the unit, we would appreciate the input. Thanks!



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