E-books & Webinars
Webinar: How Eye Tracking Benefits Automotive HMI Research and Development
Why attend? The automotive industry’s technology is constantly in flux. As a result, the automobile working environment is ever expanding, continually reaching new levels of complexity. To keep up with the technological advances, the pressure on HMI research and development is greater than ever.
Webinar: Explaining remote 3D head & eye tracking in aviation
Why attend? 3D tracking, remote tracking, multi-camera systems – these are terms we keep tossing around, but it’s not always clear how features like these relate to aviation research. In this webinar, we summarize the knowledge and experience we’ve gained from over 20 years in the industry in order to introduce you to the unique […]
Webinar: Understanding eye tracking research with Smart Eye
Why attend? Eye tracking is a quickly growing area of research and information and can be used to uncover insights regarding participant behavior and mindset during various situations. If you want to apply it to your industry or field, the first step you need to take, is choosing the right eye tracking device. There are […]
A guide to Smart Eye’s technology
At Smart Eye, every eye movement we record and algorithm we write are intended to increase our understanding of the most complicated system in the world: the human being. We work at the edge of technology but we realize that sometimes it is hard to understand the complexity of our technology. Therefore we have created […]
Six ways in which eye tracking is changing the world
In any field of use, eye tracking already makes using technology more efficient, more sustainable and more accessible. But so far, we have only scraped the surface of what we can accomplish with the help of eye tracking. Ideas that were considered impossible yesterday, are now a part of the day to day life for […]
Our eyes or our minds – what causes driver distraction?
From eye tracking to emotional AI – every company has their own preferred approach for catching distracted driving. To discover which aspect of driver distraction has the most critical effect on driving performance, a group of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) constructed an experiment.