Live View. Instant insights.
Live View allows researchers to see exactly what a person is looking at, wirelessly and in real time, and therefore gain immediate and actionable insights. It's easy to use and affordable, yet it's a very valuable research tool —ideal for many types of studies.
Automated real-world mapping
A new real-world mapping tool integrated into the Tobii Pro Glasses Analyzer software streamlines the logging process and dramatically reduces the time needed to analyze data recorded with Pro Glasses 2. It intelligently aggregates and maps data from eye tracking videos to snapshots, so you can immediately start visualizing the quantified data or begin extracting statistics.
Capturing genuine human behavior is quite a challenge. To examine viewing behavior, including peripheral viewing, that is as natural as possible, you need to offer the respondent a completely unobstructed view. We call it True View.
"I see Tobii Pro Glasses 2 as a huge step towards fast and reliable in-store attention testing with similar possibilities that Tobii X series gives in the lab environment."
Sync with a broad spectrum of physiological data
Synchronize eye tracking data from Pro Glasses 2 with a broad spectrum of physiological data, including EEG, NIRS, skin conductance, motion detection, respiration rate, and heart rate. Get the highest level of sync with very low latency and still keep your entire solution very portable. Pro Glasses 2 provides the unique ability to use a hardware sync without having to carry a laptop with you.
Supreme data quality
Tobii Pro Glasses 2 is designed with unprecedented eye tracking quality for valid research. The system uses Tobii's proprietary 3D eye model technology which extends all the popular Tobii advantages from remote eye trackers into the domain of wearable eye trackers:
Another benefit of Tobii's proprietary technology is slippage compensation in case the head unit moves slightly on the wearer. By combining this slippage compensation technology with the sampling rate of 50 or 100 Hz, researchers will be able to collect more data with even higher validity.
“I am happy to see sampling frequencies rise for eye-tracking glasses. Wearable eye tracking at 100 Hz will give researchers more flexibility for data filtering (noise reduction) or more reliable event detection using velocity-based algorithms. The accelerometer and gyroscope in Tobii Pro Glasses 2 promise to improve event detection during the rotation and translation of the head in real environments.”
Our focus on user-centric design has resulted in ease of use and efficient workflows in every detail. Quick calibration and system-guided procedures make it easy for anyone to start using the system with little prior training. The system tracks a vast majority of the population which helps reduce field time and overall research projects costs.
“We see Tobii Pro Glasses 2 and its modern eye tracking technology as a future standard in modern QA teams to improve the overall quality of game experiences.”
Eye tracking glasses capture what the subject sees and record subject comments. The head unit weighs only 45 grams, is discreet and provides maximum freedom of movement for the test participant to accommodate genuine human behavior.
The recording unit records eye tracking data and saves the data to an SD card. This pocket-sized unit allows the test participant to move around unrestricted.
Control and run your Tobii Pro Glasses 2 study with easy-to-use software, optimized to run on any Windows 8 tablet or Windows 7, 8, or 10 computer. Using a tablet makes it easy to manage data collection in the field and to view the data, live as it’s happening. The Tobii Pro Glasses Controller software enables:
For researchers who want to look beyond live viewing, Tobii Pro Glasses Analyzer provides powerful tools for post-analysis. The software is tailored to satisfy the needs of wearable eye tracking research, including aggregation, interpretation and visualization of data.
|Gaze sampling frequency||50 or 100 Hz|
|Calibration procedure||One point|
|Slippage compensation||Yes, 3D eye model|
|Tracking technique||Corneal reflection, binocular, dark pupil tracking|
|Pupil measurement|| Yes, absolute measure
|Number of eye cameras||4 eye cameras|
|Sensors||Gyroscope and accelerometer|
|Scene camera format and resolution||H.264
1920 x 1080 pixels @25 fps
|Scene camera field of view||90°16:9|
|Scene camera recording angle/visual angle||82° horizontal
|Frame dimensions||179 x 159 x 57 mm (7.0 x 6.3 x 2.2")|
|Weight||45 g (1.6 oz), incl. protective lens|
|Battery recording time||120 min.|
|SD card (SDXC)|
|Connectors||HDMI, Micro USB, 3.5 mm jack|
|Wireless||2.4 GHz & 5 GHz band|
|Dimensions||130 x 85 x 27 mm (5.1 x 3.3 x 0.9")|
|Weight||312 g (11.0 oz), incl. battery|
For definitions and more detailed specifications, please refer to the Pro Glasses 2 product description.