2021 New Tools for Conducting Eye Tracking Research

Saturday, May 22, 2021, 12:00 – 12:30 PM EDT
Monday, May 24, 2021, 9:00 – 9:30 AM EDT

Organizer: Chase Anderson
Speaker: Chase Anderson, Eyeware

Until recently, eye tracking research has been limited due to intrusive headgear or expensive sensors. This has restricted the ability of vision researchers to conduct studies at scale and within their budgets.

During this event, we’ll discuss how Eyeware has overcome these challenges with GazeSense. This software uses consumer-grade 3D cameras to offer robust eye tracking data which can be exposed live via an API or in CSV format for later analysis. By using depth & RGB information, Gazesense can maintain reliable tracking better than traditional 2D trackers over extended periods of time.

We will also be introducing Beam, which enables an iPhone to be used as an eye tracking device. Beam takes advantage of the True Depth, user-facing cameras on any iPhone with Face ID. This new development allows vision researchers to run eye tracking experiments remotely, at scale, and provides access to the data.

To learn more about our mission, visit Eyeware.tech or contact us at .

We hope to see you at the satellite event!