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Eye Tracking Data Import in AcqKnowledge
Part #: ACK100W-ETG

The ACK100-ETG AcqKnowledge licensed functionality key enables users to import eye tracking glasses data and video to synchronize in AcqKnowledge software with physiological measures and stimulus presentation for a comprehensive research study.

  • The import license is compatible with data and video from Argus eye glasses (EYE-ETV) as well as Tobii Pro or SMI eye glasses.
  • This licensed add-on requires Windows OSData acquisition and analysis for Windows OS and requires current release AcqKnowledge software. Check version details in the software “About” dialog and see upgrade options if necessary.
  • See the AcqKnowledge Software Guide Import/Export section for setting details.
  • Watch Eye Tracking Fundamentals to learn why and how to integrate eye tracking data with physiology data. A panel of eye tracking experts discusses how researchers use eye tracking technology to study emotional state, behavior, participant response, decision-making, and human performance, and to help improve products and services.
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