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Example Of Our Animated Heat Map Over Video Tip! July 31, 2009

Posted by Jon Ward in eye tracking, Market Research, Media, Studio, Tips And Tricks, Tobii.
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Thanks for all the feedback on this tip – and we are liking some of your bits of work you have shown us… we thought we would post a quick example for those that haven’t had the chance, or have the software (yet!) to try it out….
This is just a short clip of some (old) Wimbledon footage with about 6 people watching the game. The keys here are to allow enough opacity to see the action behind the heat map and also to blend it so its doesn’t look too ‘bolted on’…
 
If we get clearance for some other videos we have done we will post them up too!

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1. johnny - August 7, 2009

Hello. Thank you for this great info! Keep up the good job!

2. Alvaro Marin - January 27, 2011

Hi,

This is great!! ¿how do you make animated visualizations when the stimuli is a video?

I have the 2.1.12 Studio and have exported many times using the animated visualizations with images, but can’t manage to do it with video, as I can’t get the heat map option to work when stimuli is video.

¿Can you help?

Thanks!

Alvaro

Scott Hodgins - January 27, 2011

Hi Alvaro,

Thanks for taking the time to look at the blog, Jon wrote a basic how-to in an earlier post:
https://acuityets.wordpress.com/2009/07/20/acuity-ets-tobii-studio-trick-number-2-animated-heat-maps-over-video-stimuli/
I hope this helps, please let us know how it goes.
Best regards, Scott.

3. Alvaro Marin - January 27, 2011

Thanks for your quick response!

I will give it a try and let you know. I think I will look for a video editor friend to help me with this……not so easy indeed….

Hopefully Tobii inlcudes this option in the following Studio releases 🙂

Thanks again and regards!

Alvaro


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