Look deeper with eye tracking data
Use eye trackers from Smart Eye, EyeTech, SMI, and Gazepoint and synchronize with over 50 other biosensors. Use static or dynamic areas of interest (AOIs) and access over 30 eye tracking metrics. Carry out gaze, fixation, and saccade classification using a range of methods with built-in R notebooks. Use gaze mapping to observe behavior on websites, and test visual attention with mobile devices. Complete the entire experimental process within the iMotions platform.
See results with eye tracking
Researchers are already using the screen-based eye tracking module to:
- Explore dyslexia detection with children
- Measure cognitive load of users of a website or app
- Test gaze patterns in face perception
- Investigate gaze tolerance of children with autism
- Improve usability and accessibility of both digital and printed information
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