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According to Thomas Frazier of Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Autism, “Clinicians want objective markers that they can integrate with clinical judgment and other measures. Due to a number of unique aspects of SMI remote eye trackers and SMI BeGaze analysis software, we are beginning to show validity in detecting autism spectrum disorder in young children.” Read what else Thomas had to say: http://bit.ly/1Ab9Y7e
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According to Thomas Frazier of Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Autism, “Clinicians want objective markers that they can integrate with clinical judgment and other measures. Due to a number of unique aspects of SMI remote eye trackers and SMI BeGaze analysis software, we are beginning to show validity in detecting autism spectrum disorder in young children.” Read what else Thomas had to say: http://bit.ly/1Ab9Y7e
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According to Thomas Frazier of Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Autism, “Clinicians want objective markers that they can integrate with clinical judgment and other measures. Due to a number of unique aspects of SMI remote eye trackers and SMI BeGaze analysis software, we are beginning to show validity in detecting autism spectrum disorder in young children.” Read what else Thomas had to say: http://bit.ly/1Ab9Y7e
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SMI Eye Tracking Glasses are used to asses in-motion driver experiences in a virtual reality driving environment.
This helps to optimize driver-centric, ergonomic design and validate overall vehicle concepts.
Dassault and SMI will demo the solution at 3DExcite, May 21/22 in Munich, Germany.
http://www.rtt.ag/en/events/3dexcitelive/overview
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Learn how researchers used an SMI eye tracker to examine whether buying impulsiveness is associated with arousal when participants were presented images of shopping scenes: http://bit.ly/1bKv2p9
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Read how researchers at the University of South Australia used SMI Eye Tracking Glasses to study the scanning behavior in stroke patients to determine the most effective treatment window for visual rehabilitation: http://bit.ly/1JKK2yL
A visual field defect (VFD) is a common consequence of stroke with a detrimental effect upon the survivors’ functional ability and quality of life. The identification of effective treatments for VFD is a key priority relating to life post-stroke. Understanding the natural evolution of scanning compensation over time may have important ramifications for the development of efficacious therapies.
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Seminar: Get Complete Subject Response Data with BIOPAC and SensoMotoric Instruments

SensoMotoric Instruments and Biopac will hold a joint seminar demonstrating how to easily combine eye tracking and physiological data for comprehensive analysis.

Join us in Berlin to learn more about recording and analyzing synchronized data in standard lab settings, in mobile applications, and in virtual reality.

The attendance is free. Please register at: http://bit.ly/1Hvyi3h
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According to Thomas Frazier of Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Autism, “Clinicians want objective markers that they can integrate with clinical judgment and other measures. Due to a number of unique aspects of SMI remote eye trackers and SMI BeGaze analysis software, we are beginning to show validity in detecting autism spectrum disorder in young children.” Read what else Thomas had to say: http://bit.ly/1Ab9Y7e
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According to Thomas Frazier of Cleveland Clinic Children's Center for Autism, “Clinicians want objective markers that they can integrate with clinical judgment and other measures. Due to a number of unique aspects of SMI remote eye trackers and SMI BeGaze analysis software, we are beginning to show validity in detecting autism spectrum disorder in young children.” Read what else Thomas had to say: http://bit.ly/1Ab9Y7e
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SMI’s Naghmeh Shafiei MA connected with HealthySim during IPSSW last week to show them SMI’s Eye Tracking Glasses first hand! Find out what HealthySim had to say on their experience with the tool: http://bit.ly/1Hc509R
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Explore how SMI’s partnership with DEWESoft is helping researchers in the automotive industry aggregate gaze data to measure attention and off-road glances: http://bit.ly/1zIjH4J  
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Call for Contributions

Distributed Collection of Eye Movement Data in Programming
 
Since 2013 we have been organizing an international workshop on Eye Movements in Programming (http://emipws.org), first in Joensuu, Finland and then in Berlin, Germany. The topics focus on behavior of programmers during interaction with source code, and in particular on reading strategies. Reading of source code is pervasive in programming as it occurs in debugging, maintenance and learning programming languages. It provides the essential basis for comprehension. By analysing behavioral data such as gaze during code reading processes, we explore this fundamental part of programming.
 
One of the bottlenecks of this research domain is a lack of large datasets that would allow confirmation of the hypotheses generated by previous research. Therefore, we joined forces with SensoMotoric Instruments and are now organizing a distributed data collection of programmers' behavior. Each participant will receive an eye tracking system with a preloaded experimental setup and will contribute to the dataset by collecting data from a small number of subjects. At the same time, participants in this data collection will be able to test the eye tracking system for their needs for a limited time period. The results and experiences with the distributed eye tracking data collection will be published and participants will be invited to co-author a joint publication.
 
We are cordially inviting you to contribute to this collaborative effort. Upon signing for this event, we will schedule an optimal time-frame for which you will receive a loan eye tracking system, we have four systems available from SMI. For more information on the SMI RED250 mobile eye tracking systems please visit:
www.smivision.com/red250mobile  
This data recording is part of the third International Workshop on Eye Movements in Programming, which takes place November 22-24, 2015 at University of Eastern Finland. However, participating in the data collection is independent of workshop attendance.
 
Please contact Roman Bednarik (roman.bednarik@uef.fi) for details on how to sign up.
 
System setup: SMI RED250mobile, laptop, and Experimental Suite Scientific Premium Data collection organizers Roman Bednarik, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu Teresa Busjahn, Sascha Tamm, Carsten Schulte, Freie Universität, Berlin
Programming education and practice mainly focus on writing code, while the reading skills are often taken for granted. Reading occurs in debugging, maintenance and the learning of programming languages. It provides the essential basis for comprehension. By analyzing behavioral data such as gaze during code reading processes, we explore this essential part of programming. Next workshop: …
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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

  

Kontaktinformationen:

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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