The next level of eye tracking study design
December 12, 2023
4 pm CET / 10 am EST
Tobii is excited to introduce the Advanced Screen Project (ASP): a new project type in Tobii Pro Lab, designed for an experimental workflow. This new project type allows for more complex presentation of stimuli for psychological and behavioral experiments while reducing manual labor. The ASP offers the power of table-based experimental design while remaining intuitive and easy, even for beginners.
Join us as we demonstrate the new possibilities the Advanced Screen Project brings to your research. You’ll discover the types of study designs where ASP excels and how it differs from existing solutions in Tobii Pro Lab. We’ll then examine how the ASP works in trial-based experimental structures before trying the ASP in action, highlighting functions and capabilities in two example studies: a preferential looking task and a visual world eye tracking task.
We’ll also explore:
The stimulus template and the different media containers.
Advanced capabilities including timed, mouse and gaze options.
The design table and the properties it controls.
Learning resources for the ASP.
At the end, there will be a live Q&A session with our team where you can get the answers to any questions you may have.
Research Scientist, Tobii
With over 11 years of experience, Katrina specializes in behavioral and attention-based experimental research. Her expertise lies in designing, executing, and analyzing psycholinguistics eye tracking experiments, with a focus on methodologies such as visual world eye tracking, eye tracking while reading, pupillometry, and preferential looking. In addition, she has dedicated 5+ years to teaching eye tracking research to researchers of all levels, imparting valuable skills and insights.
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