Mobile 250 Hz eye tracking lab for demanding paradigms

Ideal for demanding applied studies like reading and linguistics studies, visual perception or neurology

SMI RED250mobile is the next generation eye tracker designed for researchers who require both mobility and high sampling rate for saccade based studies in and out of the lab. 

It delivers key metrics for demanding eye tracking paradigms such as:

  • Saccadic directions, velocity, amplitude
  • Antisaccade metrics
  • Direction of regressions, backtracks, look-aheads, leading saccades
  • Fixation and blink based metrics

Engineered with a vision for the future, the SMI RED250mobile provides a strong foundation for a modern research laboratory.

Together with Experiment Suite Scientific  – SMI’s experimental design and analysis software –  SMI RED250mobile constitutes a comprehensive toolbox for a wide range of scientific experiments.

Outstanding performance and robustness

With high tolerance for head motion and vision corrections (glasses and contact lenses), SMI RED250mobile reliably tracks participants of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. 

Highest precision and accuracy provided by a new generation of eye tracking algorithms ensure outstanding data quality.

Full mobility, ready to use in and out of the lab

The lightest in class device allows you to bring scientific grade eye tracking out of the lab and into the environment familiar to your participants and run experiments in their comfort zone. No extra power supply is required. 

The unique combination of high mobility and performance of the eye tracker lets you reliably compare language and reading behavior across cultures, conduct research on neurological and psychiatric disorders, or unobtrusively study visual perception wherever your participants are. 

Easy interfacing with biometric data collection systems

Eight TTL inputs allow to reliably synchronize eye tracking data with biometric data sources, such as EEG, either directly, or via a dedicated synchronization hardware such as StimTracker for SMI.

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