Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Virtual Reality offers researchers controlled and replicable experimental setups that allow manipulation of the environment otherwise impossible or prohibitively expensive in the real world. These setups can be combined with real-time participant physiology data collection to generate feedback during an experiment in a virtual world.
Join BIOPAC and WorldViz in this online presentation about creating VR experiments with integrated Eye Tracking, biometric data, and real-time feedback. We’ll show you how to conduct your own VR experiment and we’ll dig into the analysis with event marks so you can learn how to analyze the combined data.
What you will learn:
This is Part 4 of a series of eye tracking trainings. If you are new to eye tracking, we recommend you also view Part 1: Eye Tracking Fundamentals, Part 2: Remote Eye Tracking, and Part 3: Eye Tracking Mobile Participants, at your convenience.
About Dan Tinkham
Dan Tinkham is the Head of Sales, Americas for WorldViz. With 5 years of immersive technology experience, Dan has overseen more than $10 million in various VR projects for academic, government, and industrial clients. Dan brings a thorough knowledge of VR use cases and the current VR market landscape. He has been a featured speaker and panelist for numerous industry and academic events.
About Sado Rabaudi
Sado Rabaudi is WorldViz product manager for the VR software Vizard, a research focused VR creation tool. He also serves as Business Development Solutions Architect for WorldViz. WorldViz has been providing VR software and hardware solutions to professionals since 2002. With an educational background in both Psychology and Computer Graphics, Sado has extensive experience with Virtual Reality and has recently helped to spearhead WorldViz’s Eye Tracking Analytics lab, a series of templates for performing eye tracking experiments in VR.
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.