SMI Eye Tracking Studies and Resources

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Video: Using virtual reality with eye tracking for immersive research

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Psychology Prof Melissa Vo has long used eye tracking for her visual search studies but, as she explains in this video, virtual reality with eye tracking has additional advantages.

Video: SMI mobile integration with Noldus The Observer XT

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Dr. Richard Lilley from Tracksys Ltd demonstrates the wireless integration features of Noldus The Observer XT using SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2 Wireless (ETG 2w).

Video: External camera sync with BeGaze Analysis Pro from SMI

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Gain more insights from your SMI Eye Tracking Glasses with an external camera view.

Video: Experiment Suite 3.7 support for saccade and pursuit paradigms

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Use saccade and smooth pursuit paradigms with SMI Experiment Suite 3.7 and SMI high performance eye tracking solutions.

Video: Experiment Suite HMD for eye tracking on 360° stimuli

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Analysis eye tracking data collected on 360° stimuli using SMI HMD Eye Tracking solutions

Video: SMI Eye Tracking joins Red Bull surf science project

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Red Bull High Performance team used SMI Eye Tracking Glasses to study top surfers’ performance.

Video: SMI and Dewesoft introduce driver machine monitoring and analysis platform

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Dedicated analysis packages from SMI and Dewesoft measure and synchronize driver attention and machine data.

Video: Using eye tracking to analyze co-speech gestures

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In this video, researchers in Switzerland used SMI eye tracking and behavioral analysis software by Noldus to explore how communication changes when the verbal channel is impaired as often the case with stroke patients.

Video: SMI Eye Tracking and children’s understanding of morality

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This study combined SMI Eye Tracking with Brain Products EEG to deliver valuable results on how do young children make sense of moral actions.