Kenneth Holmqvist (Author of Eye Tracking)
Eye Tracking a Comprehensive Guide to Methods and Measures
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Seller Rating:. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. We make eye movements per second, and these movements are crucial in helping us deal with the vast amounts of information we encounter in our everyday lives.
Eye-tracker hardware and its properties -- From vague idea to experimental design -- Data recording -- Estimating oculomotor events from raw data samples -- Areas of interest -- Attention maps : sc Reference details. Open print view. Currently not available. View on Google Maps.
Kenneth Holmqvist , Richard Andersson. We make eye movements per second, and these movements are crucial in helping us deal with the vast amounts of information we encounter in our everyday lives. In recent years, thanks to the development of eye-tracking technology, there has been a growing interest in monitoring and measuring these movements, with a view to understanding how we attend to and process the visual information around us. Eye tracking as a research tool is now more accessible than ever, and is growing in popularity amongst researchers from a whole host of different disciplines. Usability analysts, sports scientists, cognitive psychologists, reading researchers, psycholinguists, neurophysiologists, electrical engineers, and others all have a vested interest in eye tracking for different reasons.