SMI Eye Tracking at ECEM 2013


We are proud that many of our customers are traveling to the ECEM conference in Lund, Sweden (Aug 11-16) to present their work at this important gathering of eye movements researchers.We have compiled a selection of those ECEM presentations which rely on data captured with a variety of SMI eye tracking devices: 

Alžbeta Brychtová, Color distance on choropleth maps: an eye-tracking study on geospatial information legibility

Alžbeta Brychtová, Evaluation of 2D and 3D terrain visualization   

Antje Venjakob, EyeTick – Towards a fully functional gaze-controlled ticket vending machine 

Carlos Morimoto, Gap effect by gradual brightness reduction 
Carlos Morimoto,  Keynote: The Geometry of Eye Gaze Tracking    
Dirk Wentura, Eye fixations and face recognition: It is recollection that rises from first to second fixation, not familiarity   
Frank Papenmeier, Gaze Coherence in Movies: Adaptations to the Normalized Scanpath Saliency     
Fred Mast, Eye Movements during Pictorial Recall 
Georg Jahn, Memory Indexing – Looking at Nothing for Process Tracing of Diagnostic Reasoning   
Halszka Jarodzka, Expertise Development under the Microscope         
Halszka Jarodzka, Sex differences in visual processing and recall performance of text     
Halszka Jarodzka, Teachers’ Visual Expertise: Differences between expert and novice teachers’ viewing of dynamic classroom scenes

Halszka Jarodzka,  There’s more to multimedia than meets the eye: is seeing pictures believing?
Ignace Hooge, Do pupil-based eye trackers measure eye movements? Relative movements between the pupil- and iris centers directly after saccades*
Ignace Hooge, Properties of post-saccadic oscillations induced by eye trackers

Izabela Krejtz, Background Music Impact on the Efficacy of Working Memory 
Izabela Krejtz, Effects of Shot Changes on Eye Movements in Subtitling
Izabela Krejtz, Interactive Aids Benefit Learning by Drawing Gaze to Text

Izabela Krejtz, Pupil dilatation as an index of information processing in emotional n-back task.
Izabela Krejtz, Visual Search for Differences: the Impact of Facial Expression and Background Music 

Izabela Krejtz, V
isual search for facial emotion in anxious patients: eye-tracking evidence for a therapeutic change  

Jaana Simola, Eye fixation related potentials during free viewing of natural scenes   
Jan-Louis Kruger, Attention distribution in academic lectures: eye tracking and performance     

Jan-Louis Kruger, Reading behaviour in dynamic scenes and the processing of subtitled academic lectures     

Larry Abel, Wavelet analysis revealed pupil size oscillation changes in fatigued drivers.   
Lucas Paletta, Predicted perception of image sharpness using attention modeling with top-down pathways on semantic region features     
Lucas Paletta, Semantic Mapping of Point-of-regard and Saliency in Automatically Acquired 3D Models of Indoor Environments

Manuela Lackus, Measuring the effectiveness of flag advertisements in comparison to roll-up advertisements using eye tracking technology     
Manuela Lackus, Trend vs. Safety – do road sweepers and snowplows really need a touchscreen?
Michael Dorr, Visual exploration of dynamic real-world scenes in patients with hemispatial neglect 

Olaf Dimigen, 
Fixation-related potentials during scene perception      

Olaf Dimigen, Saccade-related brain potentials reflect the orientation of visuospatial attention: Insights from simultaneous eye tracking and EEG
Paula Luegi, Both syntactic function and structural position play an active role in on-line correferencial processing              

Per Henning Uppstad, Does colour matter in comics´ reading?           

Peter Marschik, Eye-tracking in typically developing adolescents with different reading skills          

René Müri, Eye-head coordination abnormalities in schizophrenia           
Sonia Frota, The eyes follow the sound: Measuring speech perception with eye-tracking   
Stanislav Popelka, Color distance on choropleth maps: an eye-tracking study on geospatial information legibility           

Stanislav Popelka, Evaluation of 2D and 3D terrain visualization   

Stefan Schweinberger, Pupillary responses to perceived gaze direction and facial attractiveness

Thierry Baccino, Effects of music and visuo-spatial layout on attention during reading Investigated with eye tracking

Thies Pfeiffer, A Model of Joint Attention for Humans and Machines    

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