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Demonstration - Eye Tracker

Can we measure what people are looking at? See an eye tracker in action.

To answer some questions in psychology, we need to measure what people are looking at. An eye tracker lets us pin point where on the screen someone is looking. This gives us a measure of how much attention they are directing towards different elements in the scene.

In this video, you can see how the perceiver's gaze follows crosses on a screen in the first scene, the lines of text in the next scene, and the actions of people in a social setting in the final scene.

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Created: Wednesday, 2nd December 2009 by paulj
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