Experts discuss how to set up a remote eye tracking experiment, present stimuli, collect physiology data and analyze your results.
Combining stimulus presentation, physiology data and eye tracking data together in one platform is the newest way BIOPAC helps researchers be more efficient. Researchers can now present stimuli, collect and combine eye tracking data with physiology data in a single interface.
Join Frazer Findlay of BIOPAC and Keith Jackson of EyeTech in this online training to learn how to set up, run, and analyze a robust remote eye tracking experiment using Remote Screen-based Eye Tracking Bars with AcqKnowledge.
Plus see a Live demo!
Key topics covered during this webinar include…
- How remote eye trackers work and how they are used in research
- The difference between 40 Hz and 200 Hz eye tracker hardware
- How to set up a stimulus presentation experiment in AcqKnowledge
- How to run an experiment to collect eye tracking data
- How to create areas of interest
- How to analyze and look at visualizations
- How to use the report tool to extract eye tracking metrics and physiological data
- Seeing it all together – combining eye tracking data with physiology data
Frazer is CEO of BIOPAC and has more than 25 years of experience in life science data acquisition and analysis. Frazer is a well-regarded expert in the physiology monitoring industry and has facilitated workshops in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. He is familiar with a variety of software, equipment, and laboratory protocols for a wide array of signals and measurements.
Director, Sales & Marketing,
EyeTech Digital Systems
Keith brings 15 years of sales and marketing experience managing a distributor network of 30 global partners to bring eye tracking to the world in medical, research and consumer applications. He works with researchers at both academic and commercial levels, educating them on how to leverage eye tracking to solve complex problems for psychology, neuroscience, advertising, UX/UI, and more.