Measuring the Spatial Noise of a Low-Cost Eye Tracker to Enhance Fixation Detection
AbstractThe present study evaluates the quality of gaze data produced by a low-cost eye tracker (The Eye Tribe©, The Eye Tribe, Copenhagen, Denmark) in order to verify its suitability for the performance of scientific research. An integrated methodological framework, based on artificial eye measurements and human eye tracking data, is proposed towards the implementation of the experimental process. The obtained results are used to remove the modeled noise through manual filtering and when detecting samples (fixations). The outcomes aim to serve as a robust reference for the verification of the validity of low-cost solutions, as well as a guide for the selection of appropriate fixation parameters towards the analysis of experimental data based on the used low-cost device. The results show higher deviation values for the real test persons in comparison to the artificial eyes, but these are still acceptable to be used in a scientific setting. View Full-Text
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Ooms, K.; Krassanakis, V. Measuring the Spatial Noise of a Low-Cost Eye Tracker to Enhance Fixation Detection. J. Imaging 2018, 4, 96.
Ooms K, Krassanakis V. Measuring the Spatial Noise of a Low-Cost Eye Tracker to Enhance Fixation Detection. Journal of Imaging. 2018; 4(8):96.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ooms, Kristien; Krassanakis, Vassilios. 2018. "Measuring the Spatial Noise of a Low-Cost Eye Tracker to Enhance Fixation Detection." J. Imaging 4, no. 8: 96.
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