October 21, 2021
Wearable eye tracking devices such as Tobii Pro Glasses 3 produce eye gaze data mapped to a coordinate system relative to the wearable eye tracker and the recorded video. For most statistical/numerical analysis to be meaningful, the collected eye tracking data needs to be mapped on to objects of interest and into a new coordinate system with its origin fixed in the environment around the participant. Tobii Pro Lab addresses this challenge by allowing the user to map gaze data onto still images (snapshots and screenshots) of the environments and target objects. The mapping can be done either entirely manually, or in an assisted way by using the assisted mapping function. Learn more about how you can analyze data from wearable eye trackers using Tobii Pro Lab, by watching this presentation.
Product Owner, Tobii
In this presentation we’ll cover the improvements and enhancements to the infant calibration routine in Tobii Pro Lab, that are specifically designed to make this part of an eye tracking study much easier and reliable to perform.
In this session you’ll be introduced to the concept of binned metrics in Tobii Pro Lab. Starting with Pro Lab version 1.171, you have the possibility to bin the eye tracking data with fixed duration time intervals, so that you can analyze the unfolding of a metric over time.
Would you like to learn more about Tobii Pro Lab to kickstart your eye tracking study? Are you considering switching from Tobii Pro Studio to Tobii Pro Lab? Or, would you simply like to learn more about the latest features added to Tobii Pro Lab? Then this webinar is for you!