Learn how to analyze eye tracking data and videos of mobile devices such as tablets and mobile phones collected with Tobii Pro Lab or Tobii Pro Studio and the Tobii Pro Mobile Device Stand.
Eye tracking analysis is based on the important assumption that there is a relationship between fixations, our gaze and what we are thinking about. However, there are a few factors that need to be considered for this assumption to be true which will be discussed in this section.
Learn how to best position the participant and the eye tracker in a study involving a screen based eye tracker from Tobii Pro.
Learn how to configure your eye tracker with a "non-standard" screen or physical display area.
Learn about different think aloud methods suitable for usability testing and how these methods can be combined with eye tracking.
Learn how to installing and use the external processing unit for Tobii Pro X3-120.
Learn what gaze plots and heat maps are and get a few presentation tips for how to use them to present the results in a packaging and web study.
Learn more about and get some tips on how to work with AOIs on moving stimuli like movies or animations in Tobii Pro Lab and Tobii Pro Studio.
Learn more about how to define independent variables and create participant groups for filtering data in Tobii Pro Lab and Tobii Pro Studio.
Learn how to setup and install your Tobii Pro X3-120 eye tracker.