Eye tracking user workshop with Tobii, Qualisys, and Manchester Metropolitan University
May 19, 2023
Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) Institute of Sport, UK
We're excited to join the Manchester Metropolitan University Institute of Sport, and Qualisys to host the second eye tracking user workshop for sports research.
This event will feature hands-on training on using Tobii Pro Glasses 3 with Qualisys motion caption integration for your sports research studies. You’ll also be able to quiz the eye tracking experts and get practical guidance on getting the most out of attention computing technology.
9:00 - 9:15
Welcome and agenda for the day — Andreu Oliver
9:15 - 10:30
Immersive workshop: The application of motion capture and eye tracking for understanding real-world problems — Dr. Daniel Watling and Dr. Martin Lewis
10:30 - 11:00
Data analysis in challenging situations, use cases in sports research — Andreu Oliver
12:45 - 13:00
Field Applications and Support Team, Qualisys
Dr. Daniel Watling, has a background in Biomechanics and Medical Engineering, working previously with assessing the 3D biomechanics of joint replacement and developing novel medical imaging techniques for designing tissue regenerative implants.
Sales Area Manager UK and Ireland, Qualisys
Dr. Martin Lewis has a background in the computer simulation of whole-body biomechanics, has held multiple Biomechanics lecturing roles in the UK and worked in innovation in the sport clothing sector.
Account Manager, Scientific Research, Tobii
Andreu is the Account Manager for Tobii, covering UK and Ireland. He has been working with eye tracking for 10 years in different positions. His background is in cognitive psychology and he did his PhD in Attention distribution and information processing. He has specialized in the integration of eye tracking and other measures like EEG or psychophysiological data and in the use of eye tracking as an early diagnostic tool for ASD.
Fill out the form to sign up for our user workshop and get expert training on using eye tracking technology for sports research.