May 14, 2020
This webinar focuses on wearable eye tracking as a method for research. She goes through all the steps an academic researcher often needs to perform, from a research question all the way to a complete dataset for your experiment.
Account Manager at Tobii
Veronika Petrovych is responsible for academic customers in the Nordics. Having performed own scientific research before joining Tobii, she applies her hands-on knowledge of eye tracking in academia when addressing the user needs across a variety of research areas.
Learn how eye tracking enhances training within the medical field. Wearable eye tracking is used to facilitate skills transfer and process optimization as well as understand decision-making.Learn more
The University of Birmingham used eye tracking to examine how different operators perform road traffic control tasks and make decisions based on noisy data streams from various sensing technologies and historical data.Learn more