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Tobii Studio 3.2 Walkthough

I recently recorded a new 10 minute long walkthough of the Tobii Studio 3.2 eye tracking software where I present all the main parts of the software. Tobii also recently made it possible to use Tobii Studio 3.2 for free during 30 days. The trial version does not support eye tracking, but you can use […]

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New Mobile Device Testing Solution from Tobii

We spend more and more time using our mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones to access web pages and for apps and games. From a design and usability and user experience perspective, it is worth keeping in mind that mobile devices are not the same as computers. We use them in quite different […]

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Using a Tobii eye tracker and an EGI EEG system in the same E-prime experiment

I have recently visited a few labs that are using Tobii eye trackers, an EEG system from EGI and E-Prime and in this blog post I want to share some information about how you can be combined these in the same E-prime experiment. E-Prime supports both Tobii eye trackers and EGI EEG equipment via two […]

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The value of eye tracking vs. observation and mouse tracking

A very simple way to illustrate what kind of additional information you get in a usability study by using eye tracking is to watch the video below video (http://bit.ly/gazemouse) that I just uploaded on YouTube. In this video you observe a person completing a task on a website (www.spotify.com) the task was to sign up […]

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New large online library of eye tracking publications

A new library of eye tracking publications has been made available by Tobii. In this unique library you can find publications and papers on the use of eye tracking within many different research fields. Every item has a title, abstract, keywords, and in most cases a link to the full text paper, which makes it […]

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New white paper: Using eye tracking to test mobile devices

Tobii has now released a new extensive white paper describing how eye tracking can be used to complete user tests on mobile devices. There are several challenges when using an eye tracker together with a mobile phone, both in the physical setup and in the human physiology. The paper explains the challenges and presents three […]

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Eye tracking + mobile devices = works?

A lot of people has asked us for advice on how to use Tobii eye trackers for studying user behavior on mobile devices like mobile phones and pda:s. Next week we will release a extensive white paper on this topic where we are comparing a few different eye tracker setups. We have already now published […]

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New white paper on eye tracking and Tobii eye trackers

Yesterday Tobii released a new white paper on eye tracking and eye tracking technology. The aim of the paper is to give a brief introduction to the human visual system, and to explain how eye movements are recorded and processed by Tobii Eye Trackers. Some basic concepts and issues related to remote eye tracking and […]

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Why you need eye tracking in web usability studies

Rob Stevens from Think Eyetracking and Bunnyfoot has now released a summary on YouTube from his talk on why you need eye tracking in web usability studies. The videos were recorded during the The Great Eye Tracking Debate in May 2009 (read summary from the eventĀ  HERE). In the clip Rob mainly talks about the […]

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EyeTrackConf on linguistics and psychology January 25-26

We have some very interesting speakers lined for the first Tobii EyeTrackConf in Copenhagen on January 25-26 2010. This conference is focusing on eye tracking related research in psychology and linguistics. Please have a look at the website and sign up here. See you in Copenhagen

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