Did you miss one of our webinar events? No problem, you can access Tobii Pro’s free webinar content here. Search for the topic, find a field or product type you are interested in, choose your preferred languages... or just browse them all. No matter if you are an experienced user or new to the world of eye tracking, you will find inspiring talks to dive into.
For upcoming webinars, courses or events, please check our event page.
On a l’habitude d’associer une barre d’eye-tracking à une utilisation fixée sur un écran. Or, il est possible d’utiliser une configuration dite « en caméra de scène », sans écran associé, pour tester par exemple des magazines, un cockpit, des produits physiques, sans pour autant utiliser une paire de lunettes portée. Ce Pro Tuto vous guidera pas à pas sur ce montage polyvalent souvent méconnu.
Dr. Stefan Küchemann shows how mobile eye tracking extends the range of possible eye-tracking applications in physics education research and demonstrate underlying visual strategies during the generation process of visual representations and during experimentation.
This presentation will be a demonstration of our third-generation wearable eye tracking solution, Tobii Pro Glasses 3, and the accompanying analysis software Tobii Pro Lab.
In this presentation, Chiara Gruden and Matej Moharic, share applications of Tobii Pro Glasses 2 in their study of factors influencing road user’s behavior and their reaction time.
Distracted driving or the diversion of attention away from activities critical for safe driving toward a competing activity is still one of the major causes of road accidents. In this presentation, Dr. Kristina Stojmenova shares approaches to assessment of the driver’s exogenous and endogenous distraction using pupillometry collected with Tobii Pro Glasses 2.
In his presentation, Dr.Hildebrandt will talk about the experiences from working with an airline pilot training center over a three-year period with the aim to identify why, when and how eye tracking should be used in training programs. He will also share feedback from instructor workshops, as well as a test installation of mobile eye tracking glasses in a cockpit simulator, illustrating how meaningful real-time gaze measures can be obtained in such an environment.