This workshop aims to give a broad overview of eye tracking metrics, how they are calculated and what they mean.
Our objective is to give you an understanding of eye tracking, what it is and how it can be used as a research method within different fields. This workshop aims to give a broad overview of eye tracking metrics, how they are calculated and what they mean. All types of Tobii Pro eye trackers will be available so that attendees can have a hands-on sessions.
• Introduction to eye tracking, different types of eye trackers
• What do we measure with an eye tracker: the metrics
• How can eye tracking be used as a research method?
• Examples and case studies of research conducted with eye trackers
• Hands-on sessions
8:30 - welcome coffee
9:00 - introduction from Marion and Regis
9:15 - presentation & questions
10 > 12:00 - parallel sessions
• Wearables (G2)
• Remote (X3, Spectrum)
• HMD (HTC)
12:00 - debrief and questions
12:30 - end of workshop
This workshop is for anyone who wants to learn how to extract relevant eye tracking metrics related to research questions. A prior experience in eye tracking or related subjects is recommended but not mandatory. The workshop is suitable both for people within academia as well as companies.
This workshop is organized by Tobii Pro and hosted by the University of Paris Descartes, with the kind participation of COGNAQ-G and PEPSS Lab.
Pr. Marion Wolff, Doctor in Cognitive Psychology and Associate Professor in Ergonomics at University of Paris Descartes, Associate Researcher at ESTIA Institute of Technology and co-founder of the PEPSS platform
Pr. Régis Mollard, Doctor in Anthropology, Doctor of Science and Professor in Ergonomics at University of Paris Descartes, Associate Researcher at ESTIA Institute of Technology and co-founder of the PEPSS platform
Antoine Luu - Area Manager France, Jérôme Schaeffer-Lacour – Head of Technical Support
Léopoldine Brand – Inside Sales Specialist
Université Paris Descartes,
Centre Universitaire des Saints-Pères,
45 rue des Saints-Pères 75006 Paris