Articles and Whitepapers

Eye tracking essentials

Start here if you wish to get the background knowledge needed to understand eye tracking research. 

  • How an eye tracker works
  • How the eye and visual system works
  • How do we process and select visual information
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Tobii Pro Lab

Learn the basics and watch tutorials to improve your skills with Tobii Pro Lab. The articles are organized according to your Pro Lab project type and eye tracking setup.

  • Screen based projects
  • Glasses projects
  • Scene camera projects
  • Integrating other data sources (e.g. GSR or other physiological data)
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Tobii Pro Studio

Learn the basics and watch tutorials to improve your skills with Tobii Pro Studio. Here you will find:

  • How to guides
  • Concepts
  • FAQs
  • Downloads
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Tobii Pro Wearable Eye Trackers

Learn how to setup and operate your Tobii Pro wearable (head-mounted) eye tracker. 

  • Tobii Pro Glasses 2
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Tobii Pro Screen-Based Eye Trackers

Learn how to setup and operate your Tobii Pro screen-based (remote) eye tracker. 

  • Tobii Pro Spectrum
  • Tobii Pro X3-120
  • Tobii Pro Nano
  • Tobii Pro X2-30/60
  • Tobii Pro TX300
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Mobile Device Stand

Learn how to use eye tracking and the Mobile Device Stand to test the usability of mobile interfaces.

  • The Mobile Device Stand setup
  • Usability testing on mobile devices
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Steps in an eye tracking study

This section guides you through the five key stages of a typical eye tracking study.

  • Designing a study
  • Setting up your eye tracking system
  • Running a study
  • Working with eye tracking data
  • Interpreting and reporting the findings
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Other resources

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  • Murias, M., Major, S., Davlantis, K., Franz, L., Harris, A., Rardin, B., … Dawson, G. (2017). Validation of eye-tracking measures of social attention as a potential biomarker for autism clinical trials: Utilizing eye-tracking as a social communication biomarker for ASD. Autism Research. https://doi.org/10.1002/aur.1894
  • Talk, A., Antón-Méndez, I., & Pennefather, B. (2017). Graded expression of source memory revealed by analysis of gaze direction. PLOS ONE, 12(11), e0188727. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0188727
  • Ioannidou, F., Hermens, F., & Hodgson, T. L. (2017). Mind Your Step: the Effects of Mobile Phone Use on Gaze Behavior in Stair Climbing. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41347-017-0022-6