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Eye tracking and eye-controlled technology
interactive minds

Scientific Research

Easy design of experiments
Real-time access to camera images of the eyes
Export functions for statistical analyses
Synchronization with external data streams
Free SDK (C/C++, Java, …)

Due to its roots in gaze research at the Technical University of Dresden ( Interactive Minds has got more than 13 years of experience in the programming of eye trackers, in planning and realization of eye tracking studies as well as analysis of eye movement data. Through cooperations with scientific institutions around the world and our own research on eye movements newest scientific findings are integrated in our product development and design. Thanks to cooperation with scientific users and experience in providing customized solutions Interactive Minds owns profound and flexible knowledge to advise and support you in your eye tracking studies.

Our eye tracking analysis suite NYAN® allows for easy and fast planning and analyzing of your experiments. We emphasize on facilitating flexible design, user-friendly analysis tools and different formats for data export. If you need highly precise data as well as the possibility of synchronization with external devices we offer solutions for integration of e.g. EEG or skin conductance measurements. Furthermore we also offer interfaces that allow you to perform your experiments in E-Prime®2, Presentation® or MATLAB®. It is especially important for us to ensure the validity of all eye tracking data. Therefore you have free access to all details of the principle of our measurement as well as to the algorithms of fixation detection.

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Scientific research with NYAN®

Eye tracking raw data
Precise eye tracking data (fixation, saccades, pupil size,…). Control the recording with images of the eyes in real-time.
Eye tracking Bright pupil method
Bright pupil method for trouble-free eye tracking even with make-up or mascara, eye glasses and contact lenses.
Eye tracking form compensation
Compensation for partially covered pupils (e.g. with elder people, participants from Asian countries).
Eye tracking for children
Calibrations designed for different user groups, even applicable for infants.
Eye tracking Software Study Design
Easy creation of complex study designs in short time.
Eye tracking User video
Observe user behavior via a second monitor in real-time.
Eye tracking Plot
Visualize raw eye tracking data, check data integrity.
Eye tracking Pupil size
Analysis of pupil size.
Eye tracking Visual attention
Distribution of visual attention.
Eye tracking Metrics
Metrics, statistical analyses of single subjects or defined groups.
Eye tracking Filter
Different filters for the visualization of gaze data.
Eye tracking Group comparison
Group comparison using attentional landscape technology.
Eye tracking ISO attention map
Automatic AOI clusters with iso attention maps.
Eye tracking Dynamic Areas of interest
Static und dynamic AOI, e.g. in videos.
Eye tracking Synchronization
Synchronize several analyses for more informative value.
Eye tracking Click map
Analysis of mouse and keyboard events (e.g. click maps).
Eye tracking User video
Create user videos and record events by markers or trigger signals.
Eye tracking Signals
Synchronization of eye tracking data with recordings from third party devices (EEG, skin conductance) via interfaces for software and hardware.
Eye tracking SPSS
Diverse export formats especially for statistical processing (R, SPSS, MATLAB, etc.).
Eye tracking Extensions
Extensions for third party tools (e.g. Presentation®, E-Prime®).
Eye tracking Programming languages
Free SDK (e.g. C/C++, Delphi, Java).
Eye tracking Licence
Software licenses for analyzing gaze data on further workstations.

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