Pupil Labs Blog
Running your mobile eye tracking study in Pupil Cloud: A Demo Workspace walkthrough
At Pupil Labs we want to give you eye tracking “superpowers”. One aspect of this is making it really easy to set up and run a study...
Exploring mobile eye tracking Data: A Demo Dataset Walkthrough
This blog post is an introduction into analyzing Areas of Interest (AOIs) with Pupil Invisible and Reference Image Mapper. It comes with downloadable jupyter notebooks to code along with our examples - all based on our new Demo Workspace...
Ahead of the curve - Eye tracking with expert motorcycle riders
Until recently it has been difficult to document where and when riders choose to look in real-life scenarios. Do novice riders look in the same places as experienced riders? What can eye movement strategies tell us about how vision is used to guide effective motorcycle control, avoid collisions and negotiate turns?
Moving and seeing: Reconstructing spatial gaze during 3D explorations of art and architecture
How cutting-edge mobile eye-tracking and computer vision technologies are being combined to generate novel insights, revealing how we move and what we choose to look at in real-world environments...
Better Pupillometry Using Corneal Refraction
The cornea of the eye distorts the pupil, making accurate measurements of pupil size a challenge. A novel method developed recently at Pupil Labs utilizes corneal refraction correction, and significantly outperforms other state-of-the-art techniques...
Multimodal Fusion of EMG and Vision for Human Grasp Intent Inference in Prosthetic Hand Control
Zandigohar et al. explore how AI algorithms combining visual and physiological signals might improve the function of prosthetic robot hands…
Human-Piloted Drone Racing: Visual Processing and Control
Pfeiffer and Scaramuzza investigate the visual–motor coordination strategies used by drone pilots to race drones at high speed…
Gaze-angle dependency of pupil-size measurements in head-mounted eye tracking
We just published a new peer-reviewed article in Behavior Research Methods! Check out our in-depth analysis of different methods for measuring pupil size & learn how to leverage our algorithms in your pupillometry research...
Drivers use active gaze to monitor waypoints during automated driving
Using a driving simulator, Mole et al. investigate how eye-gaze behaviors differ between manual and automated driving modes in a self-driving car, and how this information might be used to reduce the risk of accidents…
Integrating Eye-Tracking into an Augmented Reality System for Surgical Training
Lu et al. develop an augmented reality system using the Pupil Labs HoloLens Add-on that helps trainee surgeons to learn complex surgical procedures…