|Date||24 February 2015|
|Time and place||10:00-14:00 in the Elab|
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|ECTS||0,5 for full attendance. No ECTS otherwise|
The workshop will include short theoretical introductions, but also hands on tutorials and exercises
Intro to eye tracking and eye trackers:
- why study eye movements?
- how are eye movements tracked?
- how to setup and calibrate eye trackers
- what influences the accuracy of eye tracking? (eye movements & drift)
- how are fixations defined when analyzing eye tracking data?
- what does eye tracking data tell us?
Intro to eye tracking software:
- how to design and create experiments in Tobii Studio
- how to design and create experiments in E-prime
Teacher: Thomas O. Madsen
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