What eye tracking delivers
Physical training and biomechanics studies the mechanical principles of humans. Laws of mechanics are applied to human movement in sports performance, rehabilitation and other applications which involve a complex sequence of motor actions and reactions. Robotics applies such knowledge to the design, construction, operation, and use of robots and computer systems.
Eye Tracking enables researchers to connect visual perception and eye movements to motoric behavior. This helps understand which visual information triggers a sequence of motor reactions and what is a successful gaze and eye control strategy in a motor task.
The Gaze and Motion package for SMI Eye Tracking Glasses is the leading platform to connect real-time gaze information with motion tracking data to –
- Study which are the key visual triggers prior to a successful movement
- Analyze how stable fixations are during motor performance
- Reveal if visual perception is in sync to motoric behavior
- Determine which visual information is relevant for performing a task