Please note that this event has been postponed in response to
government advice about the coronavirus outbreak. We hope to rearrange
it later in the year.
Venue: Royal Holloway, Egham, TW20 0EX.
will gain awareness of how measuring the positions of the eyes (which are
constantly moving whilst in visual environment) may be useful in gaining
insight in the audience visual experience.
will become familiar with what eye tracking can tell us about the perception,
attention, thoughts and emotions of people when interacting with visual
displays. From screen based displays, to real world objects and
spaces to virtual reality, different methods of eye tracking can be used.
will familiarise participants with the background theory of attention and
findings on how eye tracking measures have been found to be informative of
internal mental states.
will provide technical instruction on how to used eye trackers, giving a participants
relevant grounding in the terminology and practical considerations.
The course will provide small group
mini-projects giving participants a chance to gain hands- on experience in
suing eye tracking as well as analysing the data in such a way as to gain