Pupil Binocular


Pupil is an open source mobile eye tracking platform, in active community driven development.

Pupil eye tracking headsets have research grade specifications: 0.6° accuracy, 120hz eye capture rate, full HD scene camera, and 5.7ms latency.

It is used in a wide range of fields including: psychology, cognitive sciences, UX design, and marketing by academic and commercial research labs all around the world.

Hardware is accessible, modular, and affordable. Software is open source and supported on Linux, MacOS, and Windows.

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About Pupil Labs

Founded in 2013 by two recent MIT graduates, Pupil Labs focuses on research, design, development, and fabrication.

We believe in open source. We believe in small teams with diverse backgrounds. We work closely with our community to continuously improve the tools we build. Our office is located in Berlin, Germany. We fabricate locally and ship worldwide.

We send about one email per quarter with product updates, community news, and technical reports. We will never share your information or spam your inbox.

Recent Blog Posts

  • Pupil v0.7.6 release notes -

    Release notes for v0.7.6 (minor release) of the Pupil platform. Includes improvements to the video backend, improved logging, and new plugins...

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  • Eyewear Computers for Human-Computer Interaction -

    Pupil featured in "Eyewear Computers for Human-Computer Interaction", ACM Interactions, Volume 23...

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  • Eye Tracking + Head Mounted Displays -

    We propose a community driven, open source suite of software building blocks for eye tracking in Head Mounted Displays...

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  • Pupil User Docs Updates -

    New video walkthroughs for Pupil Capture and Player and brand new getting started guide...

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  • Pupil v0.7.5 release notes -

    Release notes for v0.7.5 (minor release) of the Pupil platform. Includes improvements to the surface tracker, bug fixes, and performance improvements...

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