[visionlist] Online experiment runtime software including webcam-based eye tracking
seoyoung.ahn at stonybrook.edu
Mon May 4 12:25:07 -04 2020
This is Young from Eyecog lab at Stony Brook. We are studying gaze behavior
during web viewing and we've recently set up webcam-based eye tracking
experiments using GazeRecorder(https://gazerecorder.com/gazecloudapi/).
>From our experience, this tracker is slightly more stable than WebGazer.js
from Brown, but still highly sensitive to light conditions or other
constraints. We are about to compare the results from this this web tracker
to the dataset we have collected with EyeLink, and also curious to hear
more thoughts about what comparisons should be done to check the accuracy
of this type of tracker.
On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 11:55 AM Sauter Marian <marian.sauter at unibw.de>
> Hi Les,
> implementable with various of the aforementioned solutions
> Here's also a BRM review that might be helpful:
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> *Subject:* [visionlist] Online experiment runtime software including
> webcam-based eye tracking
> Hi Everybody,
> What are the available options for webcam-based eye tracking experiments
> at present? I understand that Tobii has a paid service that does that.
> And I saw that Labvanced says that it can do webcam-based eye tracking.
> Does PsychoPy have that functionality included in it yet? Are there other
> available options? Are there any comparisons of the accuracy and latency
> of the various available options? What are other meaningful comparisons
> among the various available options?
> Thanks in advance for replies.
> Stay safe!
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