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Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental disorders and exposure therapy (in vivo) is one of the most successful methods of helping sufferers.

VTplus has created an innovative virtual exposure solution for anxiety therapy research using the Oculus Rift DK2 with SMI Eye Tracking.

Find out more here - http://bit.ly/1T2L3FI
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Big thanks to everyone who came to visit us at Laval Virtual in France this month.

The event was an opportunity for us to showcase our Samsung Gear VR head-mounted display with added eye tracking and the reaction from those who tried it was extremely positive.

SMI has pioneered eye tracking for VR; an achievement based upon 25 years of leadership and innovation in this field.
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SMI Unveils High Performance Eye Tracking on Samsung Gear VR

SMI has today unveiled a modified Samsung Gear VR that makes mobile VR with eye tracking commercially available for the first time. Come by at Laval Virtual Conference, booth#F9 and have a live demo of it.

Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wz-PahxnY88
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Webinar: Integrating Eye Tracking and Physiological Measurements

SMI has joined forces with BIOPAC to explain how eye tracking data integrates with physiological signals such as EEG, ECG and GSR in screen-based and mobile use cases.

Watch the webinar: http://www.insidescientific.com/webinars/item/396-integrating-eye-tracking-with-physiological-measurements-biopac-smi
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Thanks to our friends at Tom’s Hardware for honoring us in their Mobile World Congress 2016 Awards. Our innovations in eye tracking for the Samsung Gear VR and foveated rendering for mobile VR have netted us the award for Best VR Add-On.

Keep watching! There’ll be more news on our work in this area during the year.
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Lufthansa Systems has adopted SMI eye tracking technology to boost performance and reduce costs for its airline customers around the world. Lufthansa Systems premium product is its NetLine/Ops ++ flight operations solution. The addition of eye tracking means these airlines know when crucial alerts are seen by an operator. These alerts cover bad weather, pending missed connections and curfew breaches. Ensuring they are seen in good time will boost performance and save money. Find out more - https://youtu.be/ThPpQjZIeXM
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Using Eye Tracking to Create Biologically Inspired Intelligent Machines

Saliency is a key cognitive mechanism that prioritizes particular stimuli over others and it has broad implications for the development of artificial intelligence.

Researchers at the University Carlos III in Madrid, Spain, are attempting to predict saliency both from aural and visual stimuli. They are using an SMI RED250mobile eye tracker to gather data that can ultimately be used to teach machines to imitate human behavior.

“SMI’s eye tracker, in our opinion, provides the best balance between performance and economical cost with state-of-the-art characteristics that will enable us to experiment with the reliability required in high impact scientific publications,” said Associate Professor Carmen Peláez-Moreno.

Learn more about the used product in the publication, the SMI RED250mobile: http://www.smivision.com/en/gaze-and-eye-tracking-systems/products/red250mobile.html
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Stop by at LavalVirtual to have a live demo of our newest product, booth #F9.
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The Need For Portable Eye Tracking When Helping Stroke Patients

Working with stroke patients throws up many challenges for Dr Maya Libben from Canada’s University of British Columbia Okanagan.

“Since many of our participants are tested during the acute post-stroke phase, we need to be able to bring the eye tracker to the hospital,” she said. “The SMI RED250mobile is basically no bigger than a stapler, so this can easily be accommodated.

Dr Libben (right) is investigating hemispatial neglect in stroke patients, which is defined by a lack of attention/awareness towards one side of space.

“Down the road, we hope to use eye tracking to develop eye movement based rehabilitation programs for neglect that will help train patients to move their attention to the neglected side,” she said.

Read full interview: http://www.smivision.com/index.php?id=536
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Driving without wings: The effect of different digital mirror locations on the visual behaviour, performance and opinions of drivers

Digital mirrors allow drivers to more rapidly pick up salient information from the road scene.  This was revealed by researchers from the University of Nottingham and Jaguar Land Rover Research using SMI Eye Tracking Glasses within a driving simulator. Digital mirrors use rear-facing cameras to relay images of the road scene to displays mounted inside the car. The study evaluated 5 different configurations of digital mirrors and found that drivers preferred configurations that most closely matched existing mirror locations. Future work is required to validate findings within real-world on-road environments.
 
Read more at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003687016300217
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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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