Tobii Pro Glasses 3
Designed for the real world, our third-generation wearable eye tracker allows you to conduct behavioral research in a wide range of settings.
Our range of eye trackers include screen-based and wearable solutions enabling you to collect data and run eye tracking applications no matter what your scientific or commercial research question is, no matter where you are.
Your current eye tracking hardware could help you afford your next purchase! We offer existing Tobii eye tracker owners a discount when they upgrade to their next research-grade system.Find out more
Our screen-based eye trackers deliver accurate data on what captures a person's attention and where they look— in real-time for the widest population.
This high-performance research system captures gaze data at speeds up to 1200 Hz. A screen-based eye tracker for extensive research from fixation-based studies to micro-saccades.
Screen-based eye tracker, capturing gaze data at speeds up to 250 Hz. This powerful research system supports from fixation to saccade-based research outside of the lab.
A powerful screen-based eye tracker, capturing gaze data at 60 Hz. With this affordable system, anyone can easily enhance their research with data that illuminates human attention and intent.
Our range of accessories will help you get more from your eye tracking — with lenses that support eyesight correction, mounting solutions, and compatible third-party measuring devices.
Combine Tobii Pro Glasses 3 with motion capture systems and study the links between attention and movement.
Designed to safeguard your Tobii eye tracking glasses from glare, dust, scratching, and accidental damage, our protective lenses ensure uncompromised tracking indoors and out.
This set of snap-on corrective lenses enables you to capture attention data with your Tobii Pro Glasses 3 on a wide population range.
A mobile device mounting solution for conducting eye tracking tests with Tobii Pro Nano. It is compatible with most smartphones and certain handheld devices.
Solution for mounting Tobii Pro Fusion and Tobii Pro Nano eye trackers on a tripod.
GSR (galvanic skin response) sensor for measuring the electrical conductivity of the skin, which provides a measure of psychological arousal.
Device by Cedrus® for synchronizing stimuli events with eye tracking data from Tobii Pro Spectrum and physiological data with real-time temporal precision.
A solution to hold a participant’s head in place when conducting eye tracking experiments with Tobii Pro Spectrum and Tobii Pro Fusion eye trackers.