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Eye Tracking

BIOPAC offers an array of eye tracking systems that are easily integrated with a VR system.

(*Fixed head eye tracking systems are also available, but these are not as well suited for most VR applications.)

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Examine fixation, eye travel, and saccadic movements. Use automated routines and online calculation channels to examine data. Use AcqKnowledge to process and analyze data from pupil tracking camera based systems. Record with fixed head, moveable head, HMD, or scene camera solutions from BIOPAC or import data from other eye tracking providers. AcqKnowledge includes an automated SMI import feature that allows SMI eye tracking data to be seamlessly integrated with physiological data.

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