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|BrainVision Analyzer, Visual Basic Macro.||BrainVision Analyzer is developed by Brain Products. The script was developed by Henk van Steenbergen at Leiden University in the Netherlands.||BVA is a program for analysis of neurophysiology data. This script allows you to import eye tracking data recorded with E-Prime to BVA, and use it to analyze the eye tracking data.|
|Calibration improvements for infant studies||Michael C. Frank at Stanford University, USA||A Matlab script that corrects systematic errors in calibration for infants.|
|Eyetracker Output Utility||Walter van Heuven at the University of Nottingham, UK.||Eyetracker Output Utility can be used to visualize eye tracking data, create QuickTime movies, convert data files to ILAB, and calculate the number of fixations and total fixation durations in regions of interest within user-defined time windows.|
|Fixation Detector||Oleg Špakov at the University of Tampere in Tampere, Finland.||Fixation Detector is a tool to detect fixations from raw gaze data (samples). The only gaze data values needed are the gaze X-Y coordinates and sample's timestamps. It was developed as a collection of fixation detecting algorithms. Currently, it supports 3 such algorithms: 'fixation size', 'speed' and 'dispersion'.|
|Pupil measuring scripts||Sylvain Sirois and Iain Jackson at the University of Manchester, UK.||Matlab scripts for measuring pupil size. Any use of these scripts must recognize and cite the source (Jackson & Sirois, 2009).|
|VizFix||VizFix is developed at the University of Oregon Cognitive Modeling and Eye Tracking Laboratory.||VizFix is a research tool for visualizing gaze fixations and other data from eye tracking experiments. VizFix can replay an experimental session with real-time eye movement data superimposed on the display. It can also provide a summary visualization for the data within a period of time. VizFix provides facilities for defining regions of interests and collecting a range of statistics from eye movement data.|
|EyeWorks 3 and ICA Workload Module||EyeTracking, Inc.San Diego, USA||EyeWorks™ is a software suite designed to manage all aspects of eyetracking research simply and effectively. From study development to data collection to analysis and reporting. Among other parameters ICA Workload Module is based on Pupil size.|
|Eye-movement Analysis||Ryklin Software, Inc.||Offline analysis of gaze data which identifies eye movements dynamics, aligns saccades in time, filters by target direction and computes and then outputs statistics.|
|iMotions||iMotions||iMotions is a High-end Customizable & Scalable Biometric Research Platform for Usability, Scientific and Market Research|
|BCI2000||The Wadsworth Center of the New York State Department of Health in Albany, New York, USA, in collaboration with the University of Tübingen in Germany.||BCI2000 is a general-purpose system for brain-computer interface (BCI) research. It can also be used for data acquisition, stimulus presentation, and brain monitoring applications.|
|E-Prime||Psychology Software Tools, INC (PST).||E-Prime is a leading software for designing and running psychology experiments. The extension enables E-Prime to directly control Tobii Eye Trackers. More information can be found on the Tobii web site.|
|iComponent||Oleg Špakov at the University of Tampere in Tampere, Finland.||Gaze-data recording, visualization and analysis tool.|
|INQUISIT||Millisecond Software, LLC||Inquisit is a software application used by psychological researchers for designing and administering cognitive and neuropsychological measures. The Tobii plugin enables recording of eye tracker gaze points and gaze contingent task paradigms. More information can be found on http://www.millisecond.com.|
|OGAMA (OpenGazeAnd- MouseAnalyzer)||Adrian Voßkühler at the Freie Universität Berlin.||An open source software designed to analyze eye and mouse movements in slideshow study designs.|
|Presentation Extension for Tobii Pro||Jochen Martin at FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences in Graz, Austria.||Eye tracker extension for Tobii Pro for the stimuli presentation software Presentation by Neurobehavioral Systems. The eye tracker extension can be used to directly connect Presentation to the Tobii Pro eye trackers and get gaze information in real time.|
|PsyScope||Multiple developers. See http://psy.ck.sissa.it/ for more information.||PsyScope is a program for designing and running psychological experiments. The current version connects to an eye tracker by using Tobii Clearview or Tobii Studio. The next version will be able to connect directly to a Tobii Eye Tracker using T2T.|
|SMART-T (System for Monitoring Anticipations in Real Time with the Tobii)||Developed at the Rochester Babylab at the University of Rochester.||SMART-T is a Matlab-based, GUI-driven suite for designing and running anticipatory and other eye tracking experiments on Mac OS X. Uses Talk2Tobii. Future releases will use T2T (PsyScope group).|
|T2T||Luca Filippin||T2T is a package which provides Tobii Eye Trackers communication support while using Mac OS X and Linux. It's based on Talk2Tobii. Although Talk2Tobii has been developed as Matlab Toolbox, T2T is completely independent from Matlab. T2T also brings Talk2Tobii to Linux platforms as Matlab and Octave Toolbox. T2T permits any C/C++/Python/Perl application to interface with the TET server.|
|Talk2Tobii||Developed by Fani Deligianni at Birkbeck University of London.||The Talk2Tobii toolbox is an interface between the Tobii Eye Tracker and Matlab running on Mac OS X|
|Translog-II||Michael Carl, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark||Translog-II is a Windows-oriented program to record and study reading and writing processes on a computer. It is used as an instrument to acquire objective, digital data of human translation processes.|
|EyeWrite||Jacob O. Wobbrock at the University of Washington, USA.||An application that lets you write with your eyes by "drawing" letter-like figures with your eyes, similar to writing on mobile phones and palm-pilots by drawing letters with a stylus pen. Based on the program EdgeWrite that supports several other input methods.|
|Gazconic||Oleg Špakov at the University of Tampere in Tampere, Finland.||Gaze-Controlled Ninja Cursors. Ninja Cursors is a technique that uses several cursors on the same screen, and in Gazconic the correct cursor to use is selected with eye gazes. Ninja Cursors were developed by Masatomo Kobayashi and Takeo Igarashi.|
|Gaze-to-Word Mapping Tool||Oleg Špakov at the University of Tampere in Tampere, Finland.||The Gaze-To-Word Mapping Tool, GWM, is a collection of gaze-to-word mapping engines, text mask creators and translation and word-frequency dictionaries for on-line word-in-focus detection from gaze data while reading a text. It also provides translations when a user gets stuck on word. It is implemented as a COM-server in Windows. There are also two testing applications included.|
|Text 2.0 Framework||Ralf Biedert at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence.||Text 2.0 is a framework for developing web based eye tracking applications. The focus is on interactive text and reading. The framework includes a simulator, Processing Easy Eye Tracker Plugin (tested separately), diagnosis software and a browser plugin.|
|Gaze Interactive Psychophysics||Ryklin Software, Inc.||Psychophysical vision testing system for clinical-research. Computerized Visual Acuity, Contrast Sensitivity, and Perimetry for testing vision disorders.|
|Eye-Tracking Universal Driver||Oleg Špakov at the University of Tampere in Tampere, Finland.||ETU-Driver was developed as a software layer to be used between the eye tracker driver and the end-user application to provide device-independent data access and control. Also available is a set of games and a virtual keyboard using the driver.|
|PEEP (Processing Easy Eye Tracker Plugin)||PEEP is developed by Ralf Biedert at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence.
The development of Processing is led by Ben Fry and Casey Reas.
|The Plugin for Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to create images, animations, and interactions.
PEEP is part of the Text 2.0 framework.
|Tobii Client Library||Andrew T. Duchowski at Clemson University, USA||The open source Tobii Client Library for Mac OS X and Linux makes it possible to write applications for Tobii Pro eye trackers on Mac OS X and Linux.|
|Vizard||WorldViz||Vizard is an easy to learn 3D development platform complete with everything you need to build interactive and immersive 3D content.|
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