#ExpertAnswers: Meike Mischo, Frazer Findlay, and Arnd Rose on Integrating Eye Tracking Data
Airdate: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 Season: 3 Episode: 2
Guests: Meike Mischo, Frazer Findlay, Arnd Rose
This episode of #ExpertAnswers features Meike Mischo, PhD, Product Manager, Scientific Eye Tracking, SensorMotoric Instruments, Frazer Findlay, CEO, BIOPAC Systems, Inc. and Arnd Rose, PhD, Product Manager, Mobile Eye Tracking, SensorMotoric Instruments. They are here to discuss gaze behavior measurements with physiological monitoring in both screen-based and interactive, mobile applications.
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