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Modern eye tracking involves an array of infrared or nearinfrared light sources and cameras that track the gaze behavior of one monocular or both binocular eyes holmqvist et al. Eye tracking we make 35 eye movements per second, and these movements are crucial in helping us deal with the vast amounts of information we encounter in our everyday lives. They provide fullservice eye tracking research, which ranges from study design and data collection, to analysis and reporting. In 2000, kenneth initiated regular master courses in eye tracking methodology. Kenneth is the initiator and main author of this book. For anyone in the sciences considering conducting research involving eyetracking, this book is an essential reference work. The development of eye tracking technology and its uses can be organized into three distinct stages rayner 1998. K holmqvist, m nystrom, r andersson, r dewhurst, h jarodzka. Indeed, the research is only as good as the stimuli. A comprehensive guide to methods and measures kenneth holmqvist, marcus. This is a taxonomy of the measures available to eyetracking researchers, sorted by type of movement of the eyes and type of analysis. Eye tracking a comprehensive guide to methods, paradigms. In recent years, thanks to the development of eye tracking technology, there has been a growing interest in monitoring and measuring these movements, with a view to understanding how we attend to and process the visual. A comprehensive guide to methods, paradigms, and measures prof kenneth holmqvist, dr richard andersson isbn.
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