Tobii Pro Glasses 2 integrations

Combining eye tracking with other biometric data streams will provide a more comprehensive understanding of human behavior and explain the connections in-between visual attention and physiological responses.

Combined analysis of eye and body movements

A basketball player wearing Tobii Pro Glasses 2 with reflective markers for motion capture from Qualisys

The integration of eye tracking and motion capture data allows researchers to analyze the coordination between eye and body movements, which provides a better understanding of an individual's behavior.

Eye tracking data collected from Tobii Pro Glasses 2 can now be synchronized and streamed together with the motion capture data in Qualisys Track Manager (QTM). First, reflective markers are added to the subject's body and onto the eye tracking glasses. Then, the motion capture cameras track the complex movements of these markers and translates them into an extremely accurate, computer-generated 3D wire frame model. This makes it possible to stream data in real time from both systems into the QTM) software, where the data can be visualized and the eye tracking and gaze vector data can be exported to various other analysis software platforms, such as MATLAB.

Combining data from eye tracking and motion capture systems enables research professionals within healthcare, sports, and psychology to obtain the visual strategy behind an athlete's body movements or a patient's search pattern. These powerful analytics can improve sports performance, diagnose visual-motor disorders, or assess progress in gait rehabilitation. Watch the video to see how it works.

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