Specialized Eye Tracking
SMI Eye Tracking solutions for demanding environments are designed for high-speed, high-precision needs and seamlessly integrate with MRI and primate research.
With the smooth integration of Brain Products and SMI, customers interested in combining eye tracking and EEG no longer have to program their own scripts to merge co-registered data. This allows researchers to fully focus on data interpretation.
PhD, CEO and President Brain Vision LLC.
We now have a very nice, robust and easily adjustable platform for the eye-tracker system. It's pretty easy to setup and track the eye. We are therefore very happy with what SMI/Tracksys have done, and would recommend a similar installation system for other MEG users.
Prof. Krish Singh
PhD, CUBRIC and School of Psychology, Cardiff University
The high quality data output of the SMI system, including trigger pulses and messages, allows our EYE-EEG toolbox to synchronize it with EEG data at millisecond precision for the analysis of saccade- and fixation-related potentials, e.g. in natural reading.
Dr. Olaf Dimigen
Department of Psychology, Humboldt University Berlin
Our StimTracker for SMI provides a customized second output which allows to send up to eight signals simultaneously to the SMI eye tracking data file and to any one of these EEG recorders: AD Instruments, ANT Neuro, Biopac, Biosemi, Brain Products, EGI, MindWare, and Neuroscan.
SMI high-speed eye tracking enabled us to investigate the first 100-120 msec of behavioural response of the visual system to stimulus onset - a previously unexplored temporal window of visual object recognition.
Directeur de Recherche CNRS
The plug and play integration of BIOPAC and SMI measurement solutions reveals how visual information evokes physiological reactions. The integrative approach allows researchers to easily access complete participant response data for their analysis.
CEO, BIOPAC Systems
Me and my colleagues are impressed with the SMI remote eye tracking system: Even when working outside of a traditional lab, the system shows reliable calibration or track performance. We travel around a lot with the system – on busses, ferries, air planes to schools and kindergartens. On-site, the system is easy to set-up and fully functional within 5 minutes.
Dr. Björn Lundquist
Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Tromsø
Combining SMI's technology with our VR development software Vizard allows researchers and professionals to create VR applications with real-time gaze interaction in the HTC Vive. This instant user interaction, naturally triggered by the eye gaze, gives those involved in market research, sports training, behavioral research, neuroscience and many other fields an incredibly powerful and one-of-a-kind solution for studying how people view, navigate and interact with environments.
Eye tracking adds important quantitative data to translation research. This helps identify cognitive processes in reading, translation and writing from observable behavior, thus informing the development of advanced translation research, translation technology and of new translator education tools.
Prof. Michael Carl & Prof. Emer. Arnt Lykke Jakobsen
CRITT, Copenhagen Business School
Eye tracking with the SMI system provided the backbone for our results. Especially when using multisensory stimuli, it was critical to confirm that eye looks to the stimuli did not differ across the conditions. In this regard, the SMI system was simply indispensable.
Prof. Christopher I. Petkov
Newcastle University Medical School
SMI Experiment Suite Scientific software offers a very elegant solution for designing and analyzing Visual World and Preferential Looking experiments. With Proportion of Looks I can aggregate data over multiple stimuli and trials – which is very useful.
Dr. Paula Rubio-Fernandez
Center for the Study of Mind in Nature, University of Oslo
I successfully used an early release of the Digital Classroom to conduct reading experiments with children. Users of the upgraded launch product will benefit from the improved control it affords the researcher. In the past, multi-station experiments have meant going from PC to PC to say, start the experiment. Being able to control all aspects remotely means uniform experimental conditions and a more manageable research environment.
Dr Sascha Tamm
Center for Applied Neuroscience, Freie Universität Berlin
Eye tracking enhanced our study in two key ways: eye movements offered an objective measure to investigate teachers' visual processing of classroom events, and using gridded AOIs allowed us to specify where and what teachers were looking at in the classroom.
Charlotte Wolff, PhD
Welten Institute: Research Centre for Learning, Teaching, and Technology, Open University of the Netherlands
The new small recording unit allows the teacher in a classroom to freely move around. This way, students and teachers quickly forget that they are part of a study.
Prof. Kai Schnabel Cortina
School of Education, University of Michigan
Using real-time eye gaze information from an SMI RED 250, we incorporated user fixation data into our model of operator overload, which predicted the likelihood of an imminent error on a supervisory control task. This allowed us to provide real-time feedback to the user, based on their attention, in the form of a useful cue.
Naval Research Laboratory
Here at the Babylab Potsdam, we have used the RED250 since several years. Working with babies is challenging but with this eye tracker we have obtained robust eye tracking results. It has really helped for our studies on the cognitive faculties of children.
Prof. Birgit Elsner
BabyLab, University of Potsdam
Clinicians want objective markers that they can integrate with clinical judgment and other measures. The SMI RED250mobile eye tracker with its portable design at 250 Hz high-speed eye tracking is a great tool to conduct scientific research not only in the lab but also at schools and clinical offices. In combination with SMI ‘s powerful BeGaze analysis software, we are beginning to show validity in detecting autism spectrum disorder in young children.
Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Autism
We have investigated the image interpretation skills of dental students and their individual approach to localizing abnormalities. Thanks to using SMI Remote Eye Tracking in the present study, we were able to objectively confirm that a particular imaging feature was actually visualized by the subject.
Daniel P. Turgeon
Assistant Professor, University of Montréal
We are long-term and happy users of SMI eye tracking solutions which can be used for lab research and real classroom settings. The software comes with many intelligent functions which facilitate the creation of multimedia stimuli and help us analyze the visual interaction with different media types.
Prof. Katharina Scheiter
What we’re seeing with VR is the science emerging with the technology. VR headsets with eye tracking allow us to study what controls a variety of behaviors, such as attention and locomotion as we move around in realistic environments.
Prof Mary Hayhoe
University of Texas Austin
Since many of our participants are tested during the acute post-stroke phase, we need to be able to bring the eye tracker to the hospital and easily move it between clinical units to best accommodate our patients. The RED250mobile is basically no bigger than a stapler, so this can easily be accommodated. Despite the fact that many of our participants have age-related eye conditions and wear glasses, we’ve found that calibration has been accurate and easy to establish.
Dr. Maya Libben
University of British Colombia Okanagan
The 120 Hz system is “in remarkably good agreement with the benchmark data” from 1000 Hz eye trackers. Statistical analyses using surrogate data indicate that saccades of all sizes above the micro-range (i.e. mean amplitude > 1°) can be identified reliably. The SMI-ETG 2W system might represent an alternative technology to desktop systems for high resolution eye-tracking research.
Prof. Ralf Engbert
Department of Psychology, University of Potsdam
For the specification and development of the new iView 2K platform we left no stone unturned, questioning every assumption about existing high performance eye trackers. The result is a platform that combines the latest innovations and thinking in computer vision, eye modelling, camera technology, optics, illumination, interface technology and modular and user centered design - delivering ultimate tracking quality for the broadest range of research cases and participants.
Dr. Meike Mischo
Product Manager, SensoMotoric Instruments
Now that SMI will offer a 250 Hz eye tracking integration into the HTC Vive, which offers native tracking of the head and hands, it will be easier than ever to move beyond the confines of the traditional computer display, and closer to the natural viewing environment.
Gabriel J. Diaz
Rochester Institute of Technology
We chose REDnSystem for our marking research as it combines a small, portable format with a high level of robustness and an extra large tracking range. This enables us to send the system easily from one researcher to the next, or one town to the next. Because it does not require a particular screen, we can connect the eye tracker to a wide range of different screens, we do not have to carry around so much equipment, and we can even keep pace with the rapid developments in screen technology. The accompanying software suite is user-friendly and provides us with quick access to meaningful results.
Head of Development & Support, Direct Marketing Services, Post CH Ltd (Swiss Post)
At Lufthansa Systems we’re always looking to the future for ways to improve the way people use our products. Our work with SMI eye tracking gives us valuable insights into how flight ops controllers interact with our flagship NetLine/Ops ++ product. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to improve outcomes in screen-based workplaces.
Director Airline Planning and Control Lufthansa Systems
We have been using the SMI remote eye tracking system at our babylab and we are quite happy with it. We find it easy to calibrate infants - especially with the customizable routines - and to achieve robust tracking during the course of the experiment. We would certainly recommend the SMI RED.
Dr. Sonia Frota
Director of Lisbon Babylab
We used SMI Eye Tracking Glasses together with Qualisys motion tracking to examine how predictive gaze information is conveyed between two humans during real-time social interactions. It was one of the first attempts to combine both kinematics and portable eye-tracking devices in a true interactive face-to-face paradigm. Simultaneous recording of the kinematics of arm, hand and eye movements of two participants allowed us to study both joint action and joint attention in a truly interactive manner.
Dr. Yvonne Delevoye-Turrell
Cognitive and Affective Sciences - SCALab, Université Lille III
We use the SMI REDn Scientific which has a large headbox that is perfect when our child subjects move around during the experiment. It allows for fast and accurate recording of children’s point of gaze.
Prof Michael C. Frank
Associate Professor of Psychology at Stanford University
Being able to combine SMI Eye Tracking Glasses and Biopac physiological data measurements provides access to complete subject response data. In my research we recorded pupil diameter and electrodermal activity during a simulated driving task, and the study shows that pupil diameter signal has good discriminating power for stress detection.
Prof. Thierry Baccino
Université de Paris VIII, Lutin Userlab
The Proportion of Looks module, when combined with the Stimulus Properties editor and the new Composite feature, allows us to export Visual World data in a statistics-ready format. This saves a lot of the programming effort that would be required when carrying out Visual World eye-tracking studies with other less user-friendly systems.
Prof. Harald Clahsen
Institute for Multilingualism, University of Potsdam
The great thing about the Eye Tracking HMD based on HTC Vive is that it gives us with full experimental control over an immersive research environment. Having matching software (Experiment Suite HMD) that allows deploying and analyzing the experiments we run in virtual reality environments would be great, because I could use it with students who are new to the lab, and don’t have proficient knowledge of coding.
Prof. Dr. Melissa Le-Hoa Võ
Goethe University Frankfurt
With the improved sampling rate and lightweight design of the new generation of eye tracking glasses, this has become an incredibly powerful tool for studying the processing of media, language and human behaviour in authentic settings. This will no doubt see an increase in the use of these glasses in fields like audiovisual translation and film studies, but also in psychology, in education where it can be used to gain insights on classroom interactions and student engagement with media, in conversational analysis, sign language interpreting, interpreting studies and in other areas of linguistics.
Prof. Jan-Louis Kruger
Linguistics Department, Macquarie University
SMI’s unique HMD eye tracking integration is crucial for our VR exposure solution. Live gaze traces enable us to control if the patient really confronts stressful elements, and to optimize the exposure exercise based on this information.
Managing Director, VTplus GmbH
ASGM helped us to reduce analysis times from a month—with five team members analyzing the basic data—to just a couple weeks for a single graduate student. It gave us very reliable data and has been a great improvement for our research. I would recommend ASGM as an initial approach for anybody analyzing scan path data. It saved us time and money on the overall analysis of our project.
Prof. Stephen Macknik
State University of New York (SUNY)
In my research I use simultaneous recording of EEG and eye tracking data in order to understand visual perception and estimate cognitive state. SMI Remote Eye Tracking provides accurate coordinates of the gaze position relative to the display, enabling the analysis of neural evoked potentials as a function of fixated visual features and locations.
Anthony J. Ries,
U.S. Army Research Laboratory