Biometrics, Eye Tracking, Game Metrics, Psychophysiology, Research

Combining eye tracking and biometrics with game metrics logging

The Research Paper

Based on col­lab­o­ra­tive work between Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden and Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany, we recent­ly pub­lished a paper on the inte­gra­tion of game met­rics log­ging with bio­met­ric mea­sures (as well as eye track­ing). It was titled “Log Who’s Playing: Psychophysiological Game Analysis Made Easy through Event Logging” and is avail­able in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS 5294/2008) book series (ISBN: 978–3-540–88321-0) by Springer Verlag. The paper was based part­ly on recent dis­tin­guished stu­dent work (pub­lished in the Game Career Guide) con­duct­ed with­in the FUGA project and in the Game and Media Arts Lab. I thought, it would a good oppor­tu­ni­ty to share the slides from the pre­sen­ta­tion last year on this blog. Continue read­ing

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Eye Tracking

Top Ten Eye Tracking Blogs

Background Information

When going on the prowl for a new arti­cle, the young aca­d­e­m­ic researcher, who is not too famil­iar with all the big names, research venues and jour­nals typ­i­cal­ly starts their research look­ing the desired top­ic up in books, wikipedia (or oth­er dic­tio­nar­ies) and most recent­ly also in blogs (which hap­pen to be increas­ing­ly writ­ten by aca­d­e­mics in their spare time). Since I start­ed adapt­ing that prac­tice a while ago for fields in which I lack pro­fi­cien­cy, I thought why not share this idea. As an aca­d­e­m­ic, you usu­al­ly often want to give back to the com­mu­ni­ty that nur­tures you. Therefore, I would like to present my top ten of blogs that deal with eye track­ing (often in a research con­text). It has to be not­ed that such a list is always high­ly sub­jec­tive and may only be to my own gus­to. If your blog is not on that list and you feel it should be, feel free to leave your URL and a com­ment. Without fur­ther ado, here goes my per­son­al top ten: Continue read­ing

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