What can visual behavior reveal? How can I design a study to answer my research questions.
Learn how to plan and structure your stimulus presentation order in Pro Lab
Learn about the different types of variables in an experiment
Learn how to implement your participant design in Pro Lab
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 start up right your eye tracking study by developing a sound hypothesis, and performing pilot studies before committing to a study design and data collection procedure.
A successful eye tracking study starts well before test day. One of the most important first steps is carrying out good recruitment.
Choose a solution to co-register eye tracking data with another biometric measure (e.g. GSR, EEG, EKG)
Decide if you want to add a biometric measure to your eye tracking study
Learn the main concepts behind eye tracking and biometric data co-registration: Shared events and data synchronization
Learn what you can measure with different biometric techniques and choose a measure
Learn about different think aloud methods suitable for usability testing and how these methods can be combined with eye tracking.
Learn more about how to conduct usability studies with eye tracking on mobile devices, smart phones and tablets.
Watch the video to learn the main features of Tobii Pro Studio and get a walkthrough of the entire workflow of the software.
Watch the videos to learn the main features of Tobii Pro Lab and get an overview of the workflow of the software.
Learn how Tobii Pro Lab handles the different components and processes that are responsible for the timing accuracy of the stimulus presentation.
Get an overview of the experiment workflow when using Pro Lab external presenter with E-Prime.