Pupil Cloud UI Overhaul
Since the first release of Pupil Cloud in 2019 (time flies!), we have received a lot of feedback from the community and gained tons of experience using it ourselves. This led us to rethink the entire UI and do a major overhaul, which is now ready for release.
The new UI is available starting today at cloud.pupil-labs.com and we encourage you to check it out! In case you are not ready to make the switch yet, you can still access the old Pupil Cloud UI at old.cloud.pupil-labs.com.
We compiled a shortlist of the most important changes and the motivation behind them below. If you'd prefer a short video introduction check out our new onboarding video!
There are some significant changes, and we would love to hear what you think about them! If you have any feedback or feature requests, please let us know. If you have any issues or questions, reach out via via chat!
The new navigation bar lets you move between workspaces and projects faster and easier. The breadcrumb structure keeps you informed of your current location.
We have completely redesigned the project and enrichment interaction. In the old design, there was a lot of back-and-forth between different views. With this update we aim to provide a streamlined pipeline.
The new Enrichment View lets you see everything about your enrichment in one place, including its definition and visualizations of the results.
We have added a new Downloads View to projects, which enables you to download all recording and enrichment data from a single place. The overview now includes a summary of the files that will be included in each download. In a future update, you will also be able to customize which files you wish to download.
We are making changes to how events work to create more consistency. Previously, there were two types of events in Pupil Cloud:
Recording events: These events were created at recording time and uploaded to Pupil Cloud with the recording. They were then available in all projects to which the recording was added.
Project events: These events were created post hoc as part of a project and were only available within that project.
This system was confusing because events did not behave consistently. It also meant additional work for many users, as they had to define the same events repeatedly if they used the same recording in multiple projects.
With this update, we are introducing Global Events. Every event, no matter when or where it was created, will always be available with the respective recording. This allows you to define an event once and use it in every project.
As part of this change, we are promoting all existing events to global events. Users who previously defined the same event multiple times in different projects will now see duplicate events in their projects. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Customizing and Filtering Recording Tables
We added Filters to make it even easier to find recordings in your workspace. You can use filters together with search. Filter based on attributes like wearer, duration, or any other recording attribute.Furthermore, you can now customize the columns displayed in the recording table. This means you can add columns that are important to you and remove those that are less relevant.
We have introduced several new hotkeys to help power users move more quickly. To view the hotkey overview, access the help menu in the top-right corner of the screen.
These hotkeys will enable you to move more swiftly through recordings and speed up the event annotation process. If there are any additional hotkeys you would like to see implemented let us know.
The panels in the new user interface are resizable. You can choose what you want to see most of: the recording table, the player, or the timeline!
Templates and Wearers in Workspace Settings
All functionality to create, edit and delete Templates and Wearers has been moved to the workspace settings.