20 February, 2024

Tracking Tomorrow: Decoding Human Behavior with Eye Tracking in Mobility Research

In today’s episode, we dive into a recent collaborative event Smart Eye attended at the University of North Dakota (or UND) and the Research Institute for Autonomous Systems (RIAS). With a comprehensive setup featuring multiple cameras, EEG data collection modules, and emotion sensing capabilities, the UND RIAS team is poised to unlock the true potential of eye tracking technology combined with other biosensors.

Speaking with Smart Eye, UND Professor and project sponsor Philip Brandt and the students involved in this week-long tech event, we got a comprehensive look into their project, which includes equipping a HUMVEE with advanced Smart Eye Pro eye tracking systems and iMotions analysis software. This state-of-the-art arrangement provides a powerful platform for capturing and analyzing data related to driver and passenger behavior, setting the stage for groundbreaking research. Listen in to learn more

Links of interest:

– [Watch] Expanding Human Insights: Combining Eye Tracking with Biosensors to Assist University Research Labs

– [Read] UND puts Humvee through its paces, assisted by minivan mom: Me

– [Read] Unleashing the Power of Smart Eye: Transforming Research Capabilities at UND / RIAS

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