Thursday, February 23, 2023
BIOPAC SYSTEMS, INC. - U.S.A.
|Join BIOPAC to learn about Argus Science ETVision eye tracking glasses and how to integrate with AcqKnowledge software. The integration provides real-time display of eye tracking data with other physiological signals in AcqKnowledge software for in-lab applications. We will show you how to use the glasses as data loggers for truly mobile use cases as well. The seminar will cover setup through analysis using both AcqKnowledge software and ETAnalysis. It will focus on some of the key features of the ETAnalysis software for creating Areas of Interest, using both Live and Moving Areas of Interest, and significantly automating many repetitive tasks.|
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About Frazer Findlay | Frazer is CEO of BIOPAC and has more than 25 years of experience in life science data acquisition and analysis. Frazer is a well-regarded expert in the physiology monitoring industry and has facilitated workshops in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. He is familiar with a variety of software, equipment, and laboratory protocols for a wide array of signals and measurements. Frazer joined BIOPAC in 1996 when he moved from the UK to Santa Barbara as the Domestic Sales Manager. He became CEO in 2008 and has continued to develop and grow the business while also working with physiology measurement and biometric companies to improve the physiology monitoring industry.
About Robert Wilson
Bob is a founding member and General Manager of Argus Science. Having been involved in development and management of eye tracking products over the past 19 years, he has worked to provide innovative solutions in vision research across many disciplines. This often involves the effort to integrate eye tracking metrics with other instruments including Motion Capture, Biometrics and Immersive Environments.
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Many studies use hand dynamometry to objectively quantify exerted effort during experiments most commonly related to the study of motivation.
We’ll focus on this topic and go over everything you need to know to record dynamometry data in the MRI or in the lab. Topics include
– Calibrating for maximum voluntary contraction (MVC)
– Real-time access to the dynamometer signal by third-party applications
– How researchers have used this equipment
– Creating a visual task that gives feedback on exerted effort as well as rewards to the participant
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