Join us for a discussion of eye tracking technology: what it is, what
it's used for, how to do it, when to do it, and pros and cons of eye
tracking vs. other techniques. The evening will include a demo of
commonly used eye tracking hardware, explanations of the technology,
case studies, and much more -- as well as all the mingling with other
local professionals that you expect from an LA UPA event.
I am looking for information for eye tracking software. Is there any software for sys tracking? And how it works?
Would be great if you can share some info.
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City University London HCID will be running a workshop covering the
basics of eye tracking and how to use the Tobii Studio software
application to run eye tracking studies.
The first half of the workshop will cover the fundamentals of setting
up the eye tracking equipment as well and conducting the tests
themselves, followed by a demonstration of how the analysis tools can
be used to get the most out of the testing sessions, conducted by Raj
Arjan, Interaction Lab Manager.
Jon Ward from Acuity ETS will then be showcasing some of the latest
eye tracking technologies.
I am not sure whether this is the right forum, so sorry in advance if
not. But I saw some questions regarding eye tracking so I hope you
could help me. - BTW do you know forums that are completely dedicated
to eye tracking?
Okay, here is my challenge:
I am working since two years with eye tracking in the context of
dialogue systems. Currently I try to build a system which displays
information for several objects (e.g.
I'm curious whether or not others on the list take this stuff seriously. I
haven't decided yet if I think eye-tracking is a useful tool, and although I
definitely have some opinions on the subject, I'd like some other
perspectives to form a better picture.
1. How new is eye-tracking utilised for the purpose of evaluating software on usability?
2. How valuable is it? What can you say based on eye-tracking data?
3. What is the best equipment you had your hands on? How much does it cost
I'm trying to pull together some usability guidelines for e-commerce sites
and want to refer to banner blindness. I'd prefer to show it rather than
describe it and I was wondering if anyone had seen/got any images of
eye-tracking research showing how users ignore banners (or banner-like
visuals). A heat-map such as the one Julie described in an earlier post
would be ideal (http://blog.eyetools.net).