Human Centered Research with Eye-Tracking and Brain-Computer Interface Technologies

Human Centered Research with Eye-Tracking and Brain-Computer Interface Technologies

Eye-tracking technology aims to measure the point of gaze or the movement of the eyes with eye tracking devices, often to study human behavior out of the lab. Researchers are often challenged when subjects do not respond honestly or accurately due to artificial environments or discomfort. If the research aims to study real-world behaviors, lab situations or observations can change each subject’s behavior, reducing the ecological validity of the data. Read more