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Eye Tracking: Dynamic Stimuli | Goldsmiths University

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Researchers are increasingly interested in recording eye movements while participants interact with dynamic stimuli - from using simple animations to maintain engagement when eye tracking infants and children, through the use of video stimuli, to recording eye movements while people interact with websites and software. In this unique course, SR Research will demonstrate a range of solutions for recording and analysing eye tracking data while participants view dynamic stimuli.

This exciting course will focus on the analysis of dynamic stimuli, using EyeLink software. Eye tracking participants while they engage with dynamic stimuli (such as animations, videos and live websites) opens up fascinating new areas of research - but also poses a number of important challenges - both for the presentation of stimuli, and the analysis of the resulting eye tracking data. This advanced workshop is aimed at existing EyeLink users who want to learn how to use dynamic stimuli in their eye tracking research. We will cover all aspects of working with dynamic stimuli, from understanding the importance of video frame-rates and codecs, through to understanding the implications of dynamic interest areas for common eye tracking metrics such as dwell time and fixation count.


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