CPSC 412/612 Eye Tracking Methodology and Applications
Fall 2005




Helpful Links: programming and utilities

VR Eye Tracking Lab (also contains example software)

Documentation (eye tracker usage manuals)

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Papers (readings from select conferences/journals)

Talks (presentations from select conferences)

Notes on reading papers:
  • Everyone must read the assigned papers before class time.
  • A discussion leader will be assigned for each paper. For their assigned paper, this person should:
    1. prepare a summary of salient points found in the paper
    2. open the discussion on these points
    3. if no one responds, provide opinions on these points
    4. compare/contrast this paper to other similar papers
  • Discussion of papers counts as your "participation" score in class and could make the difference in final letter grade.

Pay attention to:
  1. Goals/objectives
  2. Background/summary
  3. Theories/Hypotheses
  4. Experimental Methodology
    1. apparatus
    2. subjects
    3. experimental design
    4. analysis
  5. Results
  6. Discussion
  7. Conclusion(s)

Keep in mind:
  1. Who are the significant contributors to research?
  2. Where are they located?
  3. What have they contributed, why is it important?