Eye Movement Lab

Images below show the eye movement lab belonging to the GIVA (Geographic Information Visualization and Analysis) unit, located at the University of Zurich's Irchel campus, in the Geography department
(room Y25-L9, tel: +41 44 635 52 80). The lab has been functional since Fall 2007.

The technical setup of the lab consists of an eye tracking device and a workstation with the following specifications:

Eye tracker:Tobii 
Model: TX300
Data rate: 300Hz
Accuracy: 0.4 deg
Freedom of movement:

Tobii Studio 
Microsoft Office

Workstation: Dalco
CPU: Intel Core i5 760 (2.80 GHz, 8 MB cache)
RAM: 16 GB
Disk: 2x500 Gb (7,200 rpm) SATA II
Video: GeForce GT 430
OS: Windows 7 Enterprise (SP 1)


Display: Estecom
Size: 23’’ diagonal
Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixel
Color support: 16.7 M (HiFRC)
Image aspect ratio: 16:9
Response time: 5 ms
Video signals: DVI/VGA, USB


Images below are of PhD student Bingjie Cheng. 

Real Time Tracking
The two white dots in the black square area on the screen represent the two eyes and show the real-time tracking.
Gaze Plot
On the eye tracking device just below the screen we can see two pinkish circles on the right hand side. These circles are infrared cameras that record fixations and saccades based on reflection from the eyes.

For your questions or comments regarding the lab, please contact Prof. Dr. Sara Fabrikant and/or Dr. Tumasch Reichenbacher.