They have video recorders with eye tracker software built into a pair of glasses. It lets you see what a person is seeing from the perspective of their eyes (unlike a go pro helmet) And a white dot highlights where their eyes are focusing.
I'm assuming there's factors like lens distortion...
I chose cte as my first formal aiming system as a beginner. One of the major benefits I found was that it exposed me to a lot of angles that I would of shyed away from as a beginner.
I'd watch my teammates back-cut shots thick over and over and over, because it looked right and they were too...
Can we all at least agree that a CTE headbutt sounds a bit awesome? Your left ear (YLE) to to their right eye (TRE) , Center to their left eye (TLE), outside visual sweep. Like a round-house headbutt. Get a bit of that torque going.
The fact that I feel the need to be careful is a huge problem imo.
There are learning opportunities everywhere and everyone has something to contribute.
For example, that video boogieman shared really helped me since I've only started recently playing again because of covid.
I disagree. Only Stan is allowed to post anything related to teaching CTE. No one else is allowed to have any sort of independent or constructive thought at risk of getting snubbed out by Stan or other players. The only thing you're allowed to post is either a question, positive review or a...
I have astigmatism, play on a short barbox and end up just staring blindly over my glasses.
So when I first started, I figured I'd just start with an established aiming system right off the bat. And CTE is very focused on the cueball at address. Since I'm not able to see the object ball...
Thank-you. That was excellent and a pleasure to watch. I've never considered stroke quality as the main culprit when I totally botch a shot. But that makes a lot of sense. And the "Ladies and Gentleman Part" is something I'm definitely gunna try.
My biggest gripe with CTE is how inaccessible the information is. I bought the dvds and I bought the book and I joined the Facebook group and learned the secret handshake.
Not everyone learns in the same way, and not everyone enjoys the same teaching style.
It's been 20 years and there's only...
So my current approach atm is:
1. Offset head
2. Lock in visuals
3. Shift to CCB
4. Shift eyes only to focus on CB Edge
5. Shift eyes only back to CCB
6. Move straight in with offset cue.
Results are meh.
I'm wondering if Offsetting my head at the beginning, then stepping the CB is making me...