Eye Tracking at Night – RMIT University

A team of researchers at RMIT University led by Dr Jair Garcia and Assoc Prof Adrian Dyer tried the capacity of Tobii 2 Glasses to record in the highly complex lighting conditions at the famous ‘White Night’ event in Melbourne on the 18th February 2017.

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Assoc Prof Adrian Dyer said, “We were pleasantly surprised at the capacity of the glasses to track subject eye movements despite, low light intensity levels and very dynamic changes in illumination conditions The team member shown in the black jacket is filming the amazing art displays near RMIT, and the tablet connected wirelessly to the Tobii Pro Glasses 2 allowed the team to simultaneously see what she was viewing on her camera screen as she composed the image, whilst also looking around at all the incredible art displays. The data allow the team to better understand individual experiences when visiting such a complex art installations.”

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Monash University’s Department of Marketing to Host Eye Tracking Research Interest Group Meeting

Do you have an interest in eye tracking and behavioural research?

Join esteemed speakers from Monash University at their (interdisciplinary) eye-tracking research interest group meeting on Friday 2 September, hosted by the Department of Marketing. The aim is to present and discuss current eye tracking research and help generate a research agenda.

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Panel of Speakers (left to right):

  1. Dr Kristian Rotaru (Department of Accounting)
  2. Professor Kyle Murray (Department of Marketing)
  3. Dr Dominic Thomas (Department of Marketing)

The topic of discussion will be on how to make sense of pupil dilation data. Pupil dilations are proxy measures of arousal. This session will present and discuss issues encountered and exploratory findings from two projects that use pupil dilation data extracted from eye-tracking recordings.


Date: Friday, September 2

Time: 2:30-4:30pm

Venue: Monash University, Building S, Level 3, Ramler Room, 26 Sir John Monash Drive, Caulfield East 3145

To RSVP, please fill out this form by close of business, Thursday 1 September.
Please remember to sign the attendance list when you arrive at the event.


Click here to check if you have already RSVPed.
If you can no longer attend, please update your RSVP here.

For any further queries, please email nicky.auster@monash.edu

Portable eye tracking – Tobii Glasses 2

Tobii has recently announced the release of their new mobile eye-tracking glasses – Tobii Glasses 2!

Tobii Glasses 2 reveal what a person is looking at while they are engaged with real world environments and in other activities. They are the successor of the original Tobii Glasses, but come with a whole range of boastful upgrades to solidify their place as the future of mobile eye-tracking.

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Tobii Glasses 2 Eye Tracker available in Singapore soon!

The glasses only weigh a tiny 45 grams and come with an upgraded wide angle HD scene camera and clear rims for optimal viewing. A new wireless feature allows for remote LIVE viewing so that others can instantly view what the user sees! With Binocular eye-tracking for improved accuracy and 1920×1080 pixel scene recordings, this new piece of technology will be in high demand as researchers discover more and more ways to use the technology in innovative ways.

 

New in Tobii Glasses 2 eye tracker

Live view — allows researchers to see exactly what a person is looking at, wirelessly and in real time. Gain immediate and actionable insights to tailor your retrospective interview prompts.

True view — provides complete freedom of viewing for the wearer thanks to the wide-angle HD scene camera and four eye cameras in a thin frame. Secure valid research by accommodating peripheral vision and natural viewing behavior.

Flexible mapping tool — significantly reduces time for coding videos. Efficiently aggregate and process data from multiple test participants for specific study objects. No more IR markers!

Lightweight, unobtrusive design — feels like a regular pair of sports glasses at only 45 grams. Give participants maximum freedom of movement to behave naturally.

Here’s a recent webinar from Tobii on Tobii Glasses 2 eye tracker

GE Capital shows the way with a high-tech eye tracking lab

And example set up of an eye tracking lab in Melbourne Australia

Eye Tracking the Customer Experience

General Electric (GE) is a household name synonymous to innovation. Objective Digital recently teamed up with the User Experience (UX) team at GE Capital in Melbourne to help setup their next-generation eye tracking lab in Melbourne as part of their new UX initiatives. It was a lab that made even our experienced eye tracking consultants drool. So what was so special about the eye tracking setup?

Let’s look at how the setup was designed to ensure that every step of a usability session would run smoothly:

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The eye tracking testing lab in Melbourne is where the action happens. This is where the user or customer comes in contact with the product. GE’s brightly lit and spacious testing lab meant that participants would feel comfortable. Since it looked like someone’s office, participants would not have to go too much out of their own normal working environment.

Traditional usability testing involves…

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