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Worlds leader in Eye-Tracking hardware and software
Worlds leader in Eye-Tracking hardware and software

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New research examines internet users’ susceptibility and ability to detect cybercriminal attacks by analyzing a user’s brain activity and eye gaze while they are performing security related tasks. http://ow.ly/Ryld30ajFjY
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Eye-tracking tests help businesses and marketers improve their website’s usability. http://mklnd.com/1qkTC6z
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Study Reveals Compounded Distraction for Teen Drivers who Text and Have ADHD; Eye Tracking May Help http://ow.ly/EOlv30mwahf
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Our Eyegaze Edge Tablet has a user-friendly, modern interface that you will love. https://bit.ly/2EbOSZz
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A new eye gaze study reveals how bias plays into our thoughts when we feel threatened.http://goo.gl/3rbBeF
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A University of Lincoln study suggests that simple training programs could help children better understand which expressive facial features offer the most important cues to other people’s emotional state, and they’re using eye-tracking to track the results. http://goo.gl/LaEhln
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LC Technologies’ Eyegaze Edge Talker system has been developed specifically for use as a communication device (SGD) for people whose only means of communication is with their eyes. http://goo.gl/VDl55M
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As the eyes are literally the window to the brain, researchers have long recognized the potential that eye movements may provide early clues to neurologic dysfunction before other more serious signs of brain injury may become apparent. http://goo.gl/yzLMCp
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According to an eye-tracking study, readers comprehend more from printed books than from e-readers. http://wapo.st/1ng7rMy
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