Have you wondered what the Tobii Glasses 2 can do for you? Look no further, we have compiled a list of videos depicting the usage of Tobii Glasses 2 in its many varied areas of research.
With this new wearable eye tracker, your glimpse into the unconscious mind of humans as they go about in the real-world environment need not be just a faraway idea but a confirmed possibility now!
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INTRODUCTION TO THE TOBII GLASSES 2
SPORTS SCIENCE RESEARCH
Two tennis players wearing the Tobii Glasses 2 during a match.
ESPN2’s Sport Science team tested former Auburn University wide receiver Sammie Coates’ reaction times with the versatile real-world eye tracking glasses, Tobii Glasses 2.
A driver tested out the Tobii Glasses 2 on a race track (Willow Springs International Raceway) in a high-sun desert environment.
This short video shows the search and purchase behavior of a shopper in a local pharmacy store for Panadol.
MOBILE DEVICE USABILITY TESTING
In this usability test, the participant was instructed to use Google Maps on a smartphone to navigate from his office to the main station. In addition, he was asked to check the different visual cues such as the blue (highlighted) path. The accuracy of the eye tracking data in these conditions is estimated at 0,4° on real working conditions.
This short video demonstrates where a person looks whilst playing Candy Crush on a smartphone.
HUMAN NAVIGATION AND WAY-FINDING RESEARCH
User puts on the Tobii Glasses 2 and work his way to the MRT station.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PLAY RESEARCH
A short video showing where a child looks whilst trying to follow instructions on how to put together a Star Wars Lego creation.
COGNITIVE AND MOTOR RESEARCH
A research suggests that novice and expert jugglers use different visual and motor strategies. While novices tend to look at the balls around their zeniths, experts mostly fixate their gaze at a central location – so called ‘gaze-through’. The latest found to be a simpler one allowing superior tossing accuracy and error corrections.
In this video, the user cooks breakfast in his kitchen.The Glasses 2 provides an in-depth yet unobtrusive method in showing what a user sees and do in their natural settings. This is helpful with understanding consumers’ behaviour outside of a lab setting.
Do you want to know how to apply the eye tracking methodology using the Glasses 2 into your research?
Tobii Pro Insight Research Services are hosting a FREE webinar: Wearable eye tracking and ethnographic field methods – an autonomous approach on 2nd July 2015, at 16:00 PM Central European Time (GMT +1).
You will have a walkthrough of this innovative ethnographic pilot study of young peoples’ reading behavior and media usage. You will also see how our easy-to-use Glasses 2 can be used in your research and have your questions answered by one of our very own Tobii “Pro’s.”
Pre-registration is mandatory for this webinar. Click here for more information and to register.