Autism, Child & Infant Research

Study developmental processes in healthy infants and children as well as children with developmental disorders.
Autism and Developmental Disorders
Reveal differences in social interaction and visual attention of children with and without autism spectrum disorders.
Developmental Psychology
Understand how infants and young children express their interest for the world and interact with it.
Developmental Linguistics
Investigate the processes of language acquisition and study the effects of language impairments.

Clinical Research

Investigate behavioral correlates of global disorders and identify objective markers for diagnosis and therapy.
Autism and Developmental Disorders
Reveal differences in social interaction and visual attention of children with and without autism spectrum disorders.
Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry
Characterize disorders like phobias, schizophrenia and ADHD using eye movement metrics and distinctive gaze patterns.
Low Vision
Understand the correlated brain processes for low vision disorders and assess disease state and rehabilitation progress.
Neurological Disorders
Investigate how eye movements are indicative of memory and motor deficits typical for neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.

Cognitive Training and Learning

Collect and analyze eye tracking and behavioral data of single participants or entire audiences in the context of cognitive training, learning and assessment.
Educational and Learning Sciences
Use eye tracking and physiological recordings to analyze students’ social, cognitive and affective skills and assess the efficacy of educational interventions.
Teaching and Teacher Education
Assess and improve teachers’ subject matter expertise, abilities to assess student learning, social competences and technological abilities with eye tracking.
Instructional Design
Create efficient, affective and appealing instructional experiences based on cognitive-behavioral assessment of learners while browsing educational prototypes.
Professional Training
Compare novice and expert gaze strategies and assess visual cues important for the completion of professional tasks and for compliance with emergency guidlines.

Linguistics

Analyze language processing in spoken, audible and written form and uncover the cognitive processes required for comprehension.
Developmental Linguistics
Investigate the processes of language acquisition and study the effects of language impairments.
Spoken Language
Study the comprehension of acoustic input and the mechanisms that lead to speech production.

Reading Studies
Explore reading patterns, text perception and the cognitive processes required for text comprehension.

Market Research

Understand consumer’s perception of shelf layout, package design, marketing and advertisement material to improve concepts, layouts and consumer guidance.
Ad Testing
Compare and improve concepts and enhance the impact of print material, out-of-home ads, online banner or TV spots.
VR Market Research
Evaluate communication concepts and product designs cost efficiently at an early stage while easily replicating your study worldwide.
Neuromarketing
Get insights into subconscious behaviour and emotional engagement of consumers by merging visual perception and brain response.
Package and Shelf Testing
Test product designs and shelf placements in real-world environments.

Multimodal Research

Multimodal research
Connect SMI Eye Tracking to leading partner solutions.

Neuroscience

Analyze perceptual, cognitive and emotional processing on all layers of the brain and nervous system.
Neurophysiology
Connect eye tracking with EEG, EMG, ECG and other biosensors for fixation control to time-lock physiological events to gaze information.
Scientific VR and Immersive Research
Study perception, orientation, decision-making and performance in fully controlled, immersive environments.
Neurological Disorders
Investigate how eye movements are indicative of memory and motor deficits typical for neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.

Physical Training and Biomechanics

Understand and improve the relationship between motor performance and perception.
Biomechanics
Gain insight into the relationship between visual input and motor responses.
Neurorehabilitation
Elucidate how visuomotor integration is affected following nervous system damage or neurodegenerative diseases.
Sports Performance
Study and boost sports performance through insights in athlete’s spatial and situational awareness and hand-eye coordination.
Robotics
Improve the efficiency of industrial and research robots as they perform increasingly complex tasks.

Psychology

Investigate the behavioral, affective and cognitive processes that underlie attention, learning and memory.
Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry
Characterize disorders like phobias, schizophrenia and ADHD using eye movement metrics and distinctive gaze patterns.
Developmental Psychology
Understand how infants and young children express their interest for the world and interact with it.
Educational and Learning Sciences
Use eye tracking and physiological recordings to analyze students’ social, cognitive and affective skills and assess the efficacy of educational interventions.
Perception and Cognition
Study the spatio-temporal dynamics of perception and cognition underlying visual behavior and decision-making.
Scientific VR and Immersive Research
Study perception, orientation, decision-making and performance in fully controlled, immersive environments.
Social Psychology
Reveal the cognitive-attentional processes underlying face recognition, detection of social cues and social interactions.

Usability and Human Factors

Analyze perceptual, cognitive and emotional processes while interacting with products and interfaces.
Automotive
Reveal driver behavior and validate in-car systems – eye tracking is central to vehicle development and improving the driver experience.
Human Factors and Fitness for Duty
Allow staff to acquire skills faster than with verbal techniques alone. Track situational awareness and compliance with regulations implicitly.
Human Machine Interaction
Measure if professionals perceive all relevant information, for example when operating control rooms or assessing quality in manufacturing.
User Experience and Usability Testing
Gain immediate insights into cognitive and attentional processes underlying user journeys for data-driven enhancement of websites, apps and software.

Virtual and Augmented Reality

Discover how SMI Eye Tracking is transforming virtual reality and augmented reality to benefit scientific research and corporate users.
VR and AR Development
Get eye tracking into interactive VR and AR scenarios by combining live gaze information with popular engines such as Unity, Unreal and WorldViz Vizard.
VR Market Research
Evaluate communication concepts and product designs cost efficiently at an early stage while easily replicating your study worldwide.
Scientific VR and Immersive Research
Study perception, orientation, decision-making and performance in fully controlled, immersive environments.

Vision Science and Ophthalmology

Measure the nature of eye movements and uncover structural and functional aspects of vision.
Vision Testing and Training
Use eye movement characteristics to objectively screen for neural damage and monitor the success of vision therapies.
Perception and Cognition
Study the spatio-temporal dynamics of perception and cognition underlying visual behavior and decision-making.
Oculomotor Research
Investigate the mechanisms responsible for voluntary and involuntary eye movements and their roles for vision.