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EyeLogic is again sponsoring the Eye Tracking Research and Applications conference
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What ́s new about EyeLogic?
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27.08.2021

With the new release of our driver software, we have extended our SDK for new programming languages. New key features are:

* Added a Matlab API to the SDK
* Added a C# API to the SDK
* Added support for E-Prime 3

There are more performance- and compatibility improvements as well as bug fixes. If you already have the software installed and want to use the new features, you can easily update it to the newest version.

10.05.2021

Webinar May 2021 – Integration Showcase

EyeLogic is a German hard- and software manufacturer of eye and gaze tracking systems for academic and applied applications. Our screen-based eye tracking solution natively integrates with SMI Experiment Suite 360° software but can also be used with multiple other software frameworks.

We have set up two webinars accompanying this year´s ETRA. Join one of our sessions to learn more about how our new research-grade eye tracking device can be used for experiments in cognitive science and computer science. Looking forward to your participation!

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Events

Don ́t miss any of our own events or conferences. We are excited to meet you  and learn more about your upcoming projects and studies.

01.04.2022

EyeLogic is proud to announce that we are one of the sponsors of the Eye Tracking Research and Applications (ETRA) conference, the  premier international event bringing together eye tracking researchers from Computer Science and Psychology/Cognitive Science.

The event will be taking place between 8th and 11th June in Seattle, USA and we look forward to hearing insightful talks and getting inspired to continue working on our cutting-edge solutions. We are also always happy to chat about eye tracking and to share more information about our product, so don’t be shy to approach us.

06.12.2021

EyeLogic is excited to also attend the TeaP conference in 2022, this time it will be held in Cologne. Find out more about the upcoming TeaP (Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen / Conference of Experimental Psychologists) here teap2022.uni-koeln.de.

We are happy to get in contact with eye tracking users to get more insights in everyday experiments and usage of biometrical devices such as our remote eye tracker – the LogicOne.

27.04.2021

We are proud to  announce that EyeLogic is supporting the ETRA 2021 in Ulm with a sponsorship. ETRA 2021 welcomes scientists and practitioners of all disciplines in support of a common vision of moving eye tracking research and its application forward.

The 13th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications (ETRA) aims to bring together eye tracking researchers from Computer Science and Psychology/Cognitive Science under the motto Bridging Communities.

Find and visit us at the virtual event. We are excited and looking forward to meet you at the event!

We have set up two webinars accompanying the ETRA. Join one of our sessions to learn more about how our new research-grade eye tracking device can be used for experiments in cognitive science and computer science.

06.12.2021

EyeLogic attends the first virtual conference in 2021. The TeaP (Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen; Conference of Experimental Psychologists) can be found at uni-ulm.de/teap2021.

Happy to get in contact of eye tracking users to get more insight in everyday experiments and usage of biometrical devices such as our remote eye tracker, LogicOne.

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What ́s new about EyeLogic?
Please find below all the news about our latest developments.

18.05.2022

What is calibration and why we need it?

Our eyes mirror our world since they are the medium through which the acquirement of surrounding information in our visual field occurs. It is possible to analyze eye behavior to determine individuals’ visual perception and intention by collecting information about eye movements with eye tracking devices. However, the acuity with which the surrounding scene is registered in our visual field is uneven …

05.04.2022

Pupil Responses as Indicators of Cognitive Load

Seeing is an integral part of our interaction with the environment. Our eye movements do not only allow us to inspect objects of interest, but they also provide insights into our cognitive states. Analyzing pupil responses with eye tracking solutions helps us draw conclusions about our information processing abilities and cognitive load …

23.02.2022

Facts about Fixations and Saccades

One of the most efficient means of obtaining information from our surroundings is through eye fixations.¹ They occur when the gaze is maintained on a particular location, meaning that the central foveal vision is held in place to allow for the uptake of visual information. The acquired visual information is clear and detailed due to the fovea. The fovea is a small pit located in the center of the retina and is composed of packed cones …

03.02.2022

The History Behind Eye Tracking

Although eye tracking is categorized as modern technology, its origins date back to the 19th century.  In 1879, French ophthalmologist Louis É. Javal, together with M. Lamare, conducted an observational study to analyze visual perception in reading. In their experiment, the eye movements were examined with a mirror placed on the book respondents were reading …

07.01.2022

Introduction To Eye Tracking

As the name suggests, eye tracking is the physiological system of measuring eye movements to allow a deeper understanding of the human visual behavior. This means that an eye tracker records the order and location of where the eye is looking at to detect the areas which are brought to people’s attention. While there are different types of eye trackers available on the market, the most commonly used are infrared video …