OUR EYE TRACKING SYSTEM FOR RESEARCH APplications: EYESEECAM SCI
NEW RELEASE: EYESEECAM SCI 2
We have reworked the hardware and software of the EyeSeeCam Sci from the ground up and are proud to present: EyeSeeCam Sci 2.
HIGH-SPEED TECHNOLOY – FOR ADVANCED EYE-TRACKING APPLICATIONS
EyeSeeCam Sci is our product for neuroscientific and medical research applications. With synchronized measurements and a high sampling rate, our scientific eye-tracking system achieves extremely high levels of precision:
- adjustable frame rate up to 5ooHz
- synchronized cameras
- motion sensor with 9 measurement channels (accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer in 3 planes each) – synchronized with both cameras
VIDEO GOGGLES WITH AN INNOVATIVE DESIGN – FOR DIVERSE RESEARCH APPLICATIONS
Accurate measurements under the most natural conditions possible
The EyeSeeCam Sci goggles are extremely lightweight, comfortable and non-slip. This innovative design allows for precise measurements under the most natural conditions possible and makes the goggles comfortable to wear, even during prolonged sessions. Measurement errors are minimized as much as possible—even during rapid head movements.
several models AVAILABLE
There are several different goggle designs available for our eye-tracking system, suitable for different research contexts. EyeMotion goggles, for example, are optimized for a snug fit and minimal slippage, ideal for precise measurements even during rapid head movements. The headband model offers a particularly large field of vision and is perfect for test subjects wearing spectacles.
Binocular Camera System
Each EyeSeeCam Sci goggle model is equipped with two cameras for binocular measurements.
EASY EVALUATION OF RESEARCH DATA – THANKS TO COMPREHENSIVE VISUALIZATION
Ready for Analysis: raw data and descriptive statistics of the entire trial in one single database.
In EyeSeeCam Sci, you can define the parameters of your trial. After the measurement, EyeSeeCam Sci analyzes all collected data and automatically visualizes the raw data together with the calculated descriptive statistics. Results from multiple runs of the predefined protocols can be summarized, making it easy to evaluate and present the entire trial results in a concise manner.
Trial results can be exported in a variety of file formats, making it much easier to conduct multi-center studies.
|Cameras:||binocular, mass: 75g (cameras only)|
|Goggles:||flexible anti-slip frame, suitable for children and adults, different versions available, mass: 32g (EyeMotion Goggles), 32g (Headband)|
|Calibration:||Laser with 5-point-calibration or on-screen calibration, depending on your set-up|
|Frame rate:||up to 500Hz|
|Head-tracking sensor:||Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) with 9 measurement channels, gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer in 3 planes each|
|Data interface:||real-time interface with UDP/IP|
|Available protocols:||Saccades, Smooth Pursuit, Head Impulse Test (vHIT, horizontal and vertical), Optokinetic Nystagmus, Gaze-evoked Nystagmus, VOR Suppression|
|Data analysis:||Integrated trial management with database with results and statistical evaluation functionality|
|Data formats:||Raw data export as CSV, Excel, HDF5, Matlab|
|PC hardware:||Apple MacBook Air, M1|
Min. 4GB RAM
Hard drive with min. 100GB storage space
Display resolution: min. 1280×720 (1600×900 recommended)
DirectX 9.0C compatible graphics card (Intel/NVidia recommended)
One or more USB 2.0 ports required
|PC software:||MacOS X 10.11.5 or higher|
Additional external screen or projector
Frame rate up to 144Hz
Resolution: Full HD (1920×1024)
Recommended equipment: BenQ XL 2740, or AOC 27G2U