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Ten fingers not needed for fast typing, study shows
The number of fingers does not determine typing speed, researchers from Aalto University say. With SMI Eye Tracking Glasses and a motion capture system by Optitrack, they found that people using self-taught typing strategies were found to be as fast as trained typists.
http://phys.org/news/2016-02-ten-fingers-fast.html
The number of fingers does not determine typing speed, new study shows. People using self-taught typing strategies were found to be as fast as trained typists.
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SMI Eye Tracking Glasses - now at 120 Hz www.eyetracking-glasses.com
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The Guardian warns: Wearing a bike helmet might make you more dangerous

Wearing safety equipment boosts appetite for danger, even in unrelated activities, a study with SMI Eye Tracking has found

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/jan/24/bike-helmet-appetite-danger 
Wearing safety equipment boosts appetite for danger, even in unrelated activities, a study has found
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Facial Expressions: Dogs View Emotions Differently, So Faces Matter

A recent study from the University of Helsinki has shown that domestic dogs have the same social gazing behavior as the human beings they reside with, proving that emotional expressions do have an effect on dogs' behavior. Dogs have a systematic way of viewing facial expressions, preferring to watch the eyes, and different facial expressions can alter how a dog reacts when it perceives something as a threat.

Read the article on scienceworldreport: http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/36064/20160119/facial-expressions-dogs-view-emotions-differently-faces-matter.htm
The University of Helsinki has proved that when it comes to dog behavior, the facial expressions presented to them make a difference.
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The SMI´s portable hardware goes where participants are. Daniel Schönmann from Post CH Ltd shares their experience: “We chose the REDn System for our marketing research as it combines a small, portable format with a high level of robustness and an extra large tracking range. This enables us to send the system easily from one researcher to the next, or one town to the next. Because it does not require a particular screen, we can connect the eye tracker to a wide range of different screens, we do not have to carry around so much equipment, and we can even keep pace with the rapid developments in screen technology. The accompanying software suite is user-friendly and provides us with quick access to meaningful results.”
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Meaningful Consumer Insights with Ease: SMI's Screen-Based Eye Tracking

Perform eye tracking studies with cost-efficiency and ease of use to pre-test print material, to evaluate website prototypes and for other marketing research. New functionalities of SMI's REDn Professional Package for Market Research - such as multiple video elements, scroll/zoom capable PDFs, and a powerful export workflow - speed-up your study design and quickly lead to meaningful reporting of results.
Read more: bit.ly/1l5jP7o
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Webinar: Integrating Eye Tracking Data with Physiological Measurements

Attend this free webinar to hear experts present user case studies that demonstrate new research capabilities made possible by the plug and play integration of eye tracking technology with physiological recording systems - in both screen-based and interactive, mobile applications.


Register to attend webinar: http://www.insidescientific.com/webinars/item/396-integrating-eye-tracking-with-physiological-measurements-biopac-smi
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Helicopter industry collaborates on eye-tracking research to enhance flight safety

Global offshore helicopter association HeliOffshore has commissioned industry expert Jarvis Bagshaw Ltd. to conduct a research study in Aberdeen that uses eye-tracking technology to understand how pilots monitor flight instruments – a study using SMI Eye Tracking Glasses

http://www.verticalmag.com/news/article/Helicopterindustrycollaboratesoneyetrackingresearchtoenhanceflightsafety 
The offshore helicopter industry’s unrelenting commitment to safety has again been demonstrated with the launch of collaborative research in Aberdeen to further enhance pilot performance in the cockpit.
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Facial Expressions: Dogs View Emotions Differently, So Faces Matter

A recent study from the University of Helsinki has shown that domestic dogs have the same social gazing behavior as the human beings they reside with, proving that emotional expressions do have an effect on dogs' behavior. Dogs have a systematic way of viewing facial expressions, preferring to watch the eyes, and different facial expressions can alter how a dog reacts when it perceives something as a threat.

Read the article on scienceworldreport: http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/36064/20160119/facial-expressions-dogs-view-emotions-differently-faces-matter.htm
The University of Helsinki has proved that when it comes to dog behavior, the facial expressions presented to them make a difference.
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Eye Tracking for Language Acquisition Research

Researchers at the University of Tromsø used the SMI RED500 eye tracker together with the SMI Experiment Suite software and the Proportion of Looks Module in linguistics experiments, for example those that target the processing of gender markers in Norwegian language, or children’s understanding of spatial information in speech. Read more:
http://www.smivision.com/en/gaze-and-eye-tracking-systems/applications/psychology-psychiatry-psycholinguistics/eye-tracking-in-language-acquisition-research.html
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SMI’s 250Hz Eye Tracking and Foveated Rendering Are For Real, and the Cost May Surprise You
SensoMotoric Instruments, SMI, committed itself to solving one of the most vital issues for the second generation of VR, eyetracking that is accurate, fast, and cheap – and they have accomplished that goal with flying colors.  To read the entire article:  http://uploadvr.com/smi-hands-on-250hz-eye-tracking/
“Just look at that box there and pull the trigger,” says Christian Villwock SensoMotoric Instruments’ director of OEM technology. I do, and watch an explosion send the box flying high into the sky. I track it with my head and eyes, watching it become smaller and smaller as it goes ever higher. Feeling like I have my gaze locked on it, I pull the trigger again sending it so high the speck disappears from my view. “Damn, that was a nice shot.” Sens...
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eye tracking research for marketing, usability, psychology, neurosciences, hci
Introduction
Working closely with our clients, we have 20 years experience in developing and marketing application-specific gaze & eye tracking systems and OEM and medical solutions. More than 6,000 of our eye tracker systems in operation worldwide are testimony to our continuing success in providing innovative products and outstanding services.

Our eye trackers and software products combine a maximum of per...formance and usability with the highest possible quality and powerful analysis tools for: market research, usability, human factors, psycholinguistics, neurosciences etc.
SMI captures eye movements with mobile solutions and contact-free eye tracking systems attached to a monitor or used with a large screen.
www.smivision.com/egts
 
 
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SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH
(SMI)
Warthestr. 21
14513 Teltow

  

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Telefon: +49 (3328) 3955-10
Telefax: +49 (3328) 3955-99
E-Mail: info@smi.de
 
 
 
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Geschäftsführer: Dipl.-Ing. Eberhard Schmidt
USt-IdNr.: DE 26650 8899
Amtsgericht: Amtsgericht Potsdam
Handelsregister-Nr.: HRB 22447 P

 

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