Monthly Archives: November 2010

Eye Tracker–Heat Map

Piddled around today a bit more & got my gaze point display to be a heat map.  Not sure how these things are made, so I made it up as I went.  First, I took every point that the eye … Continue reading

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Eye Tracking–Pupil Data

In the previous post below I said that the graph tool in the lower left corner of the tool was producing some very interesting results.  Now, I’m going to talk about what those results are.   The graph is there to … Continue reading

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Eye Tracker—Data exploration tool.

I’ve almost finished my data exploration tool. Well, finished is a very ambitious term. I’ve got a functioning prototype, a proof of concept with which I can do some rudimentary explorations.  The bGaze too provided by SMI Vision is a … Continue reading

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Eye Tracker—Data

With the help of Sam P.Leon, who Juan Rosas kindly loaned to me for a week, I’ve collected some pilot data with the eye tracker to sort out the little procedural details that are bound to come up with any … Continue reading

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