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SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI)
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eye tracking research for marketing, usability, psychology, neurosciences, hci
eye tracking research for marketing, usability, psychology, neurosciences, hci

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Ahead of the CeBIT 2017 technology show in Hannover Germany, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and Japanese engineering giant Hitachi, Ltd. -Global have announced the joint-development of AI technology for “human activity recognition of workers using wearable devices”. Specifically, this means workers wearing motion sensors in the form of an armband, and SMI Eye Tracking Glasses.

https://www.smivision.com/news/dfki-hitachi-artificial-intelligence-built-human-machine-data-smi-eye-tracking-glasses/

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Watch video: Mixed reality headset removal app experiment from Daydream Labs and Google Research involving SMI Eye Tracking.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MW7un0_s_Oc

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Google has taken up the challenge of turning the virtual reality experience into a shared experience by making the headset disappear – Google headset removal – allowing others to see the person behind the mask while they enjoy immersive worlds.

SMI’s Eye Tracking HMD based on HTC Vive is needed when the experiment finally comes together in the studio. The reason we can see the eyes move is because gaze direction is measured by SMI Eye Tracking.

https://www.smivision.com/news/google-headset-removal-uses-smis-eye-tracking-htc-vive-create-mixed-reality/

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Together with Qualisys we are happy to meet you at International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention in Paris. See us there, still today and tomorrow, Wednesday, March 22.
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SMI has a new website with a fresh look and an enhanced resource center for neuroscience research including neurophysiology, research into neurological disorders, immersive research and eye tracking with MRI/MEG.

It features an extensive selection of case studies and an expanded library of selected publications; providing deeper and more relevant information about how eye tracking is being used globally by academics and professionals from respected universities and research institutions.

Find out more:
https://www.smivision.com/eye-tracking/fields-of-use/neuroscience

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Explore the Latest Trends in Eye Tracking

An SMI roadshow is your chance to get an update on latest eye tracking kit under the guidance of our experts - who are there to listen to your research needs and can partner you with the right system.

Our spring roadshow will showcase the latest trends in eye tracking - including amongst our proven glasses and remote eye tracking solutions - our new high-speed flagship the iView 2K, immersive research with the eye tracking HTC Vive, and Experiment Suite HMD, the unique experiment and analysis package designed for 360° video stimuli and still images.

Roadshow dates
March 28, 2017, 14:00 - 16:30 in Düsseldorf
March 29, 2017, 10:00 - 12:30 in Nijmegen
March 30, 2017, 10:00 - 12:30 in Brussels

Register here: https://www.smivision.com/events

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Webinar: Introduction to Eye Tracking Technologies in Biomechanics Research

Eye tracking gives biomechanics researchers a robust, real-time and mobile way to examine the complexities of motor movement and visual input.

Due to the high interest in the first edition, SensoMotoric Instruments would like to invite you to a 2nd session on Wednesday March 22, 2017. 8:00-9:00 PST, 12:00-13:00 ET, 16:00-17:00 GMT, 17:00-18:00 CET.

Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8747902908426172161

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Deutsches Forschungszentrum fur Künstliche Intelligenz (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DFKI) and Hitachi, Ltd. -Global jointly develop AI (artificial intelligence) technology for human activity recongnition of workers using wearable devices.

The AI technology performs real-time recognition of workers' activities by integrating technology in SMI Eye Tracking Glasses to recognize gazed objects with technology in armband devices to recognize action.

http://en.acnnewswire.com/press-release/english/35178/dfki-and-hitachi-jointly-develop-ai-technology-for-human-activity-recognition-of-workers-using-wearable-devices

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SMI's New Website is a Comprehensive Resource Center for Researchers

SMI has a new website with a fresh look and an enhanced resource center for researchers in clinical psychology, developmental psychology, educational and learning sciences and more fields.

It features an extensive selection of case studies and an expanded library of selected publications; providing deeper and more relevant information about how eye tracking is being used globally by academics and professionals from respected universities and research institutions.

https://www.smivision.com/eye-tracking/fields-of-use/psychology/
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Case study: How infants learn to speak

Michael C. Frank, Associate Professor of Psychology at Stanford University, uses SMI Eye Tracking to study “the intersection of language learning and social development”.

https://www.smivision.com/eye-tracking/interviews/case-study-infants-learn-speak/
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