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Investigating the Accuracy and Precision of the FOVE VR Eye Tracker

University of Toronto, Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering


The Cognitive Engineering Lab is recruiting participants for an ongoing Human Factors experiment that investigates the accuracy and precision of the eye tracking technology integrated in the FOVE Virtual Reality headset. We are specifically looking for participants with dark brown/black eyes.

Your Impact


Help us improve the performance of eye trackers integrated onto head-mounted displays.

Eligibility Criteria


All genders

At least 18 years old

Eye colour within 14-16 of the Martin-Schultz scale (14: dark brown iris; 15: very dark brown iris; 16: black iris)

Study Tasks


The experiment is conducted in a virtual environment and presented in virtual reality
Wear head-mounted display with eye-tracker

Ethics


This study has been approved by University of Toronto Research Ethics Board.

Keywords


Virtual
Reality
Eye
Tracker
Technology

Activity and Time


Technology, Psychology

Clinical Trial

Weekdays

45 minute(s) - 60 minute(s) per session

1 session(s)

Compensation


$15

Study Address


5 King's College Road Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 3G8

Posting date: Oct 17, 2019

Earn $15