SMI Eye Tracking Studies and Resources

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Case Study: The influence of experience and training in analyzing panoramic medical images

SMI Remote Eye Tracking was used to study the way dental students and certified oral radiologists analyze panoramic images in the search for abnormalities such as tumors.

Case Study: The Impact of Task Demands During Guided Visual Search

SMI Remote Eye Tracking was combined with EEG in a unique methodological approach for measuring sensory and cognitive processes of overt visual search during a simultaneous auditory task.

Case Study: Optimizing the virtual reality experience through gaze-contingent displays

Researchers from Stanford University and Dartmouth College in the USA turned to SMI's HMD Eye Tracking for this study, aimed at improving the virtual and augmented reality experience through better near-eye displays.

Interview: Neurotechnology research allows machines to learn from humans

Dr Aldo Faisal and his research team at Imperial College London use SMI Eye Tracking Glasses to study machine learning systems, biological brains, and the evolving relationships between them.

Tutorial: Working with saccades and smooth pursuit paradigms in SMI Experiment Suite

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SMI Experiment Suite includes a rich set of tools for the design and analysis of saccades and smooth pursuit paradigms. In this tutorial you'll first see how easy it is to design experiments based on both saccade and smooth pursuit tasks. Then, the tutorial will explain how to analyze the experimental data with tailored tools in BeGaze.

Case Study: Improving gaze typing for the disabled

Researchers from Microsoft and University of Washington Seattle used SMI Eye Tracking to come up with a better method of hands-free, gaze typing.

Case study: Gaze-contingent music reward therapy for social anxiety disorder

Researchers at Tel Aviv University used SMI Eye Tracking to study music reward therapy for treating social anxiety disorder.

Case study: Retailer practices to increase the green premium

Researchers from Linköping University in Sweden used SMI Eye Tracking Glasses to show that by attracting consumers' visual attention towards eco-friendly products, retailers can increase the “green premium” consumers pay.