A series on human behavior research
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Anne Juul Bjertrup, PhD presents her research into how mothers with affective disorders (bipolar, depression) can better connect with their babies.
Architect Ann Sussman discusses how eye tracking can help us better design human-centered buildings by recognizing that our brains have trouble fixating on windowless and/or featureless facades, and that we look for faces in structures.
Learn how lead doctor MD PhD Michael Wagner, Medical University of Vienna trained neonatal medical students using first-person point-of-view video streams from the Viewpointsystem VPS 19 eye tracking glasses to educate on strategies from a neonatologist’s gaze patterns and understand clinical reasoning during bedside interventions.
Customer Success Manager Danni Peng-Li, PhD kicks off our Path to Publication webinar series with his study investigating the influence of cognitive regulation and ambient restaurant noise on food cravings. Get hands-on insights into how to guide your biometrics study to the publication phase with real use cases from researchers using iMotions.
Hear from University of South Florida’s Robert Hammond and team leader Christina Norton from their partner RMS, who uses remote, in-lab, and traditional methodologies alike to ensure the best conditions for all studies, from customer experience of restaurant menus to reception of public health messaging.
iMotions client AREL Neuromarketing shares techniques in applied neuromarketing, from structuring methodologies to generating results for studies in the food and beverage space.
See how iMotions and our partner Smart Eye provide a hands-on solution for experienced and novice race car driver training clients, by monitoring eye tracking and facial expression data in real time, in the car, in the field.
Learn how iMotions client Duracell incorporates implicit psychological responses into their consumer experience testing using iMotions — especially eye tracking.
Explore how to bring your research towards multi-modal in a single platform by synchronizing eye tracking data with physiological and emotional data from biosensor signals.
What makes point of sale communication effective? Unravel Research’s Tom van Bommel will demonstrate how used VR & EEG with iMotions to evaluate and improve clients’ POS material, while avoiding common pitfalls associated with biosensor-based research.
Product Specialists Jessica Wilson, PhD and Ranli Wang give an in-depth tour of the analysis capabilities using iMotions R Notebooks, the transparent, flexible R-based tools we’ve developed for sensor data signal processing.
Zoom fatigue is real. With so much of our lives operating digitally these days, how do you make your digital content resonate? We welcome cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Carmen Simon to talk about how physiological signals can help us understand memory and decision-making in Zoom presentations and digital content like eBooks.
Jesper Clement, PhD, Associate Professor at Copenhagen Business School, joins us to discuss how companies and universities can collaborate on research projects that unearth business insights while enabling students to become leaders in neuromarketing technologies and biosensors.
PhD’s and Product Specialists Jessica Wilson and Khoi Vo host a fireside chat on Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Electromyography (EMG). You’ll learn experimental setups and best practices for these lesser-known but powerful methodologies by showing several research applications including healthcare, performance, & training.
What can we reliably measure about an individual’s “emotional experience”? Brendan Murray, PhD and Jessica Wilson, PhD introduce how measuring emotions helps us understand human behavior.
Learn how to use iMotions effectively for customer projects, such as combining metrics for attention, arousal/stress, and emotional valence to better understand consumer behavior and usability through screen-based and eye tracking glasses solutions, facial expression analysis, and other biosensor tools.
Mauro Usability Science elaborates on their expertise with using iMotions in usability testing and human factors engineering research, specifically focused on medical devices.
Sebastian Johansson from Smart Eye and Nam Nguyen from iMotions demonstrate several use cases centering on how Smart Eye’s suite of advanced eye trackers can be applied to research in usability, automotive and aviation using the iMotions software.
Join iMotions, Varjo and surgical expert Dr. Rafael Grossmann as they demonstrate how training simulations for Healthcare Professionals can be optimized with built-in eye tracking and other biosensors in human-eye resolution VR environments.
Product Director Ole Jensen and Customer Success Manager Tue Hvass, PhD demonstrate several API use cases centered on systems integration and workflow automation, virtual environments (in Unity), wearables, and standard communication protocols with Bluetooth.
See the remote capabilities of iMotions, including behavioral annotation and facial expression analysis. Dr. Jessica Wilson and Kate Weir will review how to annotate recordings and post-process pre-recorded face videos to gain insight on emotional valence.
How does using biosensors contribute to sports training effectiveness and more objective performance measurement? David Schulman and Nam Nguyen host Dr. Derek Mann, an expert in Kinesiology, to speak about his research at Jacksonville University, Florida.
Tom Baker, PhD. and Kerstin Wolf walk through eye tracking setups, analysis options, use cases and recommended hardware, from screen-based to mobile testing and VR.
Tue Hvass, PhD. & Technical Specialist Mike Thomsen present how biosensor data can be used to measure anxiety for healthcare applications.
Jessica Wilson, PhD. and Robert Christopherson provide a crash course in the most common biosensors used in business research and education.