SMI Floor Show at SfN 2013

Eye tracking shapes trends in brain research

Experts present key technologies for multimodal and mobile research, e.g in autism

  • WHAT?
    Demos on the deep integration of SMI Eye Tracking, EEG and stimulus presentation technology - by experts from SMI and partnering companies

  • WHERE?
    Neuroscience 2013, SMI Booth 1117 

  • WHEN?
    Sun, Nov 10, through Wed, Nov 13,
    11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.,
    duration app. 15 min. 

  • ATTEND?
    The hands-on sessions are free of charge. No registration is needed.

Download full schedule of SMI floor show at SfN 2013

 

BENEFITS

  • Gain better understanding of attention and learning
  • Develop new gaze-based experimental designs and brain computer interfaces 
  • Use advanced mobile paradigms for social attention or clinical rehabilitation studies


Full Schedule

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10

11:00 am
Dr. Ingmar Gutberlet, Director Science Solutions, 
SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH

SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2.0 and SMI Recording Unit 2.0 – Taking Mobile Eye Tracking to the next level. Record 60Hz binocular mobile Eye Tracking data directly to your Samsung S4 Smartphone.  

SMI has taken Mobile Eye Tracking to the next level of Power and Mobility with the new SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2.0 that record at twice the frame rate, are more robust and have become even lighter. The all new Recording Unit 2.0 uses a Samsung S4 Smartphone for live tracking, calibration and for Eye Tracking recordings of up to 10 hours. Going completely mobile with your Eye Tracking needs has never been easier. 

2:00 pm
Ryan Whitfield, Product Applications Specialist,
Psychology Software Tools, Inc.

Psychology Software Tools, Inc: Empowering E-Prime experimental stimulation paradigms with single-click acquisition of SMI Eye Tracking data.

Revolutionize your experimental designs with full featured access to all SMI Eye Tracking features directly from within PST’s E-Prime stimulation solution. Setup, calibration, recording and easy to implement gaze contingent experimentation, all at the click of a button. 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11

11:00 am
Frazer J. Findlay, CEO, 
BIOPAC Systems, Inc

Biopac, Inc.: Deep integration of SMI Eye Tracking data in Biopac’s AcqKnowledge biosignal analysis software. 

Deeply integrate your SMI Eye Tracking data with the full range of signals supported and functions available in Biopac’s AcqKnowledge Biosignal Analysis software. Easy data importation and the full support of all eye tracking parameters and events in Biopac’s data analysis processes make this integration immensely powerful.

2:00 pm
Patrick Britz, President
Brain Vision, LLC

Brain Products GmbH: Full data importation and analysis support for SMI Eye Tracking data in Brain Vision Analyzer Professional.

Adding true multimodal Eye Tracking support to your EEG data analyses has never been easier. Brain Products’ new “Add Channels” addin to Brain Vision Analyzer allows for one-click data importation and gives fully featured data analysis support for all SMI Eye Tracking systems. 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12

11:00 am
Dr. Christoph Guger, CEO, 
g.tec Medical Engineering GmbH

g.tec: Deep integration of SMI Eye Tracking in g.tec’s BCI EEG systems enables gaze controlled multimodal BCI acquisition paradigms.

Adding support for concurrent, synchronized eye tracking data acquisition to BCI paradigms finally is a possibility. g.tec, a world leader in dedicated BCI EEG systems will present their full featured integration of SMI Eye Tracking technology in g.tec’s range of EEG/BCI data acquisition systems. Boost the power of your BCI paradigms by tapping into the combined power of EEG and Eye Tracking data. 

2:00 pm
Dr. Ingmar Gutberlet, Director Science Solutions,
SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH

Mobile Eye Tracking data analysis the easy way  - Speed up your Mobile Eye Tracking Data Analysis 50x with Semantic Gaze Mapping, Dynamic Areas of Interest and Move & Morph technology.

Dynamic changes in the scenery viewed pose challenges in mobile eye tracking analysis that cannot fully be overcome with marker based systems or with the currently available automatic object detection and tracking methods. SMI’s answer to this challenge is our unique “Semantic Gaze Mapping” method, which helps to speed up the analysis of Mobile Eye Tracking data 50x over conventional analysis methods. Used together with our powerful “Dynamic Area of Interest” it is by far the most flexible and reliable method in Mobile Eye Tracking Analysis.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13

11:00 am
Dr. Ingmar Gutberlet, Director Science Solutions
SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH

RED-m and Emotiv EEG – Benefit from the tight integration of our smallest Scientific Grade Eye Tracking System with the Emotiv EEG Neuroheadset for no effort synchronized EEG and Eye Tracking recordings.

Combining Eye Tracking with EEG recordings or vice versa add enormous power to any paradigms using visual stimulation. Classically, the synchronization of EEG and Eye Tracking signals required dedicated hardware and software connectivity between systems used. This is now a thing of the past. SMI has integrated support for Emotiv’s EEG Neuroheadset. Combined Eye Tracking and Emotiv EEG data are now acquired and the combined synchronized data can also be analyzed together in SMI’s market leading BeGaze Eye Tracking Analyzer Software. 

2:00 pm
Dr. Ingmar Gutberlet, Director Science Solutions
SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH

RED500 in Science Applications – Speed, accuracy, robustness and last but not least, total flexibility in communication and interaction with other lab equipment.

SMI’s RED500 not only is the fastest Remote Eye Tracker on the market and renowned for its accuracy and precision and its science grade robustness, but it also sports class leading connectivity options that make its integration into your lab environment a breeze. The RED500 accepts digital signals on up to 16 digital inputs, each of which can be configured individually to act as an event trigger input, to trigger a message to be sent or to elicit any out of a large number of actions such as a starting a calibration or verification, starting/stopping a recording, etc.