A system for three-dimensional gaze fixation analysis using eye tracking glasses

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Eye tracking is a technology that has quickly become a commonplace tool for evaluating package and webpage design. In such design processes, static two-dimensional images are shown on a computer screen while a subject's gaze where he or she looks is measured via an eye tracking device. The collected gaze fixation data are then visualized and analyzed via gaze plots and heat maps. Such evaluations using two-dimensional images are often too limited to analyze gaze on three-dimensional physical objects such as products because users look at them not from a single point of view but rather from various angles. Therefore in this study we propose methods for collecting gaze fixation data for a three-dimensional model of a given product and visualizing corresponding gaze plots and heat maps also in three dimensions. To achieve our goals, we used a wearable eye-tracking device, i.e., eye-tracking glasses. Further, we implemented a prototype system to demonstrate its advantages in comparison with two-dimensional gaze fixation methods.




Takahashi, R., Suzuki, H., Chew, J. Y., Ohtake, Y., Nagai, Y., & Ohtomi, K. (2018). A system for three-dimensional gaze fixation analysis using eye tracking glasses. Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, 5(4), 449–457. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcde.2017.12.007

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