While it is technically feasible to use a standard HMDI cable to connect the Tobii Pro Glasses 2 Head Unit with the Recording Unit, it is not recommended, as the original cable provided by Tobii is made very flexible and unobtrusive to make sure the participant can move freely.
Or do I have to do it again for every recording?
Learn how to export GSR data recorded by Tobii Pro Lab.
Learn how to use the gaze spot meter feature during a Pro Glasses 2 recording
Blinking is most often an involuntary act of shutting and opening the eyelid. In this page we will look at the consequences of blinking on your eye tracking data.
The exact WLAN range of the Tobii Pro Glasses 2 depends on the hardware you use and the environment you are using it in.
Learn how to optimize your eye tracking setup for time critical experiments
During an eye tracking session, the movement of the head is one of the factors that may have an impact on the gaze data accuracy. In this page we will discuss how robust Tobii Eye Trackers are to head movement.