Eye-hand coordination or hand-eye coordination is how an individual’s sight and hands work accurately and quickly together. Hence, such complex cognitive ability requires the simultaneous performance of the eyes which direct attention and perception of how the body is located in that specific location and the hands which accordingly moves to carry out a pertinent task. This skill is needed in routine activities such as cooking, writing, driving, encoding, brushing, and making a cup of coffee. It is also a part of leisure activities like playing computer games, ball games, and musical instruments. In addition, people with excellent eye-hand coordination may employ their skill in related professions such as pilots, surgeons, technicians, and assemblers.