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Mobile eye tracking equipment for the study of human cognition

project funded under the “Excellence Initiative – Research University” Programme, within the framework of  I.4.2. Action “Fund for the Renovation and Development of Research Infrastructure – purchase or production of research infrastructure”

coordinator: Alicja Niedźwiecka, PhD, UW Faculty of Psychology

the amount of funding: 202 540 PLN

Three Tobii Pro Glasses 3 eye trackers

basic characteristics:

  • wireless
  • microphone & camera that allows for registration up to 100 minutes
  • accelerometer & gyroscope to stabilize recording
  • user-friendly software
  • corrective lenses for people with vision impairment

To learn more, please visit the website: www.tobiipro.com/product-listing/tobii-pro-glasses-3

Four Pupil Core eye trackers

basic characteristics:

  • high temporal resolution
  • open-source software
  • customizable
  • lightweight

To learn more, please visit the website: https://pupil-labs.com/products/core

Eye trackers (devices for measuring eye movement) allow researchers to monitor what study participant is looking at.

Oculography is a noninvasive method that can be used in the study of underlying mechanisms of human cognition: perception of images, reading, learning, communication, decision making, deception detection, etc. in healthy participants and in clinical populations (e.g. patients with brain lesions, individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders).

Eye tracking can be easily used in conjunction with other brain activity monitoring systems such as EEG and fNIRS.

An article on the research project of Dr. Alicja Niedźwiecka in which she uses eye trackers >>

Contact person: Alicja Niedźwiecka, PhD a.niedzwiecka@psych.uw.edu.pl

Research teams interested in the equipment are requested to complete the form available at the website: