Tobii Glasses 2 – Great for Human Performance Studies, Indoors or Out! October 4, 2016Posted by Jon Ward in Biometric, eye tracking, Glasses, TEA, Technology, Tobii, Uncategorized.
One of Acuity’s directors, Scott, likes to run around in the forest early morning and do some circuit training and we thought this would be an ideal opportunity to test out the Tobii glasses alongside his fitness tracker and GPS watch which allows us to overlay his positional data, heart rate, speed and distance travelled over the eye tracking video output. This would give a researcher a fantastic insight into the participants performance during sports research, medical or clinical trials or military type studies and is really simple to integrate. What really stood out for us was how well the Tobii Glasses 2 performed across a wide range of lighting conditions, movement, physical activity and stayed resilient to the moisture in the air and the beads of sweat from Scott’s forehead!
By using it’s unique four camera eyetracking system the Tobii Glasses can compensate for slippage which occurs under normal use – and was even more extreme under these test conditions – and it remains accurate, as you can see for the video! Also with the low hanging sun coming up through the trees, the Tobii Glasses full HD scene camera worked fantastically and eyetracking data remained solid, robust and accurate.
Don’t just take my word for it – have a look for yourself and if you want to discuss the Tobii Glasses, our range of biometric options or anything else then please don’t hesitate to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 1189 000795.