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|Title: ||Eye movements of large populations: I implementation and performance of an autonomous public eye tracker|
|Authors: ||Wooding, David S.|
Mugglestone, Mark D.
Gale, Alastair G.
|Issue Date: ||2002|
|Publisher: ||© Psychonomic Society|
|Citation: ||WOODING, D.S. ... et al., 2002. Eye movements of large populations: I implementation and performance of an autonomous public eye tracker. Behaviour Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 34(4), pp. 509-517|
|Abstract: ||This paper details the design and construction of an autonomous public eye tracker exhibit, which was
installed at the National Gallery, London, in 2000/2001. For over 3 months, it functioned both as an informative
exhibit and as a controlled eye movement experiment, gathering data from over 5,000 participants.
The issues associated with automatic unattended recording of the eye movements of members
of the public are discussed. The performance of the exhibit is examined, and its successes and problem
areas are highlighted with regard to potential applications and future exhibits. The success of the project
proves the viability of autonomous public eye trackers as both data-gatherers and public exhibits.|
|Description: ||This is Restricted Access. This article was published in the journal, Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers [©Psychonomic Society] and is available at: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/0743-3808.|
|Appears in Collections:||Closed Access (Computer Science)|
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