SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI), eye tracking technology leader, introduces a new Natural Gaze™ design for the head gear of its leading wireless Eye Tracking Glasses (SMI ETG 2w) at Research & Results, Munich/Germany, October 22-23, HFES, Chicago/USA, Oct 27-31 and SfN, Washington/USA, Nov 15-19.
The new design provides even slimmer glasses that allow maximal peripheral and stereoscopic view by minimizing volume and weight of the SMI ETG 2w head gear.SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2w now combine extreme mobility, ease of use and robustness to measure natural gaze in the widest range of real life applications from driver studies to human interaction.
SMI Eye Tracking Glasses and its robust 60Hz mobile eye tracking technology have been proven by world class customers (e.g. Stanford University, Max Planck Institute, Shanghai National University, Google, Microsoft, Sony) with more than 100,000 participants worldwide in study settings that range from scientific research e.g in human factors, sports and psychology, medical task training to professional use in shopper and packaging studies, car clinics, professional and sports training.
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The SMI Eye Tracking Glasses allow to handle extremely mobile use cases with a small smartphone recording unit, remote control and live annotations via Wi-Fi from a Windows device like a laptop or tablet. Very efficient and easy handling is achieved with the lightweight adjustment free “Natural Gaze”™ design and the unique zero- and one-point calibration of the SMI ETG2w.
Many specific modules such as mobile EEG and optical head tracking integration extend the range of applications. Snap-on corrective lenses enable people with vision impairments to naturally interact while their visual behaviour is recorded. For most efficient analysis, SMI offers the SGM fixation mapping technology. SMI’s mobile eye tracking platform has an SDK which supports real-time data streaming for integration into customers’ applications for analytics or interaction.
Packages of SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2 Wireless start at 9,900 Euro/11,900 USD.
Dr. Arnd Rose, Product Manager, SensoMotoric Instruments: “I have joined mobile eye tracking studies of our customers in very diverse applications. I am proud that besides the robustness of our technology, customers with very different requirements highlight the ease of use of our solution. This is what we are working for: Excellent eye tracking should be natural and almost invisible and easy to use in real life settings.”
More about SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2 Wireless: www.eyetracking-glasses.com
Contact SMI: Stefanie Gehrke, Marcom Manager, stefanie.gehrke(@)smi.de