Eye tracking in virtual reality

Eye tracking in virtual reality

University of California San Diego researchers announced recently that they have begun using EEG and eye tracking technology inside of their CAVE 3D immersive reality center. CAVE systems, like the one at UCSD, are used to create fully immersive 3D environments that give users the illusion of being in the environment that researchers are trying to examine. In...

A comparison of bright and dark pupil tracking methods

Eye tracking technologies of all sorts are being developed around the world. No matter which technique is used, eye tracking is the science of locating the pupil in a digital image of the eye and using this information to track its movement to determine where a person is looking. A variety of techniques are being developed and continuously tested, but at this...

Eye tracking terms: part two–terms used to describe eye trackers

In part 1 of this blog series we talked about some of the basic terms associated with eye trackers and that are commonly used in eye tracking research. In this part, we will cover some of the more advanced terms that you will run into when you are trying to choose an eye tracker for your research study. HSET: High Speed Eye Tracker LSET: Low Speed Eye...

If you have recently begun your journey into the field of eye tracking, you may feel a bit overwhelmed by all of the terms and measurements that can be associated with it. Take a look at the list below for a brief overview of some of the most frequently used eye tracking terms. Pupil area: The size of the pupil, the black part in the center of the eye that...