Date of Event:
Virtual VSS: May 21 - 26, 2021 | Webinar: May 25
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Link to event:https://www.visionsciences.org/general-information/
If you weren't able to to attend this webinar, then view the full video on our YouTube Channel!
Join WorldViz at Virtual VSS 2021 where we will present for the first time a fully GUI based tool that allows users to collect, review and analyze eye tracking data with support for all the major PC based VR eye tracking devices including the new StarVR One, Vive Pro Eye, Pupil Labs and Tobii VR. It will allow drag and drop adding of videos and 3D models, and many of the most used analytics methods are included into the provided templates.
Build a scene, run your experiment and review in minutes. Fully expandable and modifiable by using the GUI configurator or python code.
The WorldViz components allow integration of highly targeted VR labs, and we are happy to help customers configure their own labs, tailored to their specific needs.
Attend our Virtual Satellite Event - Tuesday May 25, 2021: Performing Eye Tracking Studies in VR
This webinar is in conjunction with The Vision Science Society's Virtual event, but anyone is welcome to join us!
WorldViz VR will teach participants how to set up and perform eye tracking studies in VR using Python and a GUI based configurator. We will explain drag and drop methods for adding 360 videos and 3D models, and demonstrate analytics methods with associated templates. At the end of this session participants will know how to insert their own 3D geometry or 360 video in VR scenes, generate 3D visualizations of the scene and gaze path, extract gaze intersects, view an interactive session replay, save out raw data, and modify the template using their own target objects and parameters.
The presentation and teaching will be provided as a remote meeting with screen-sharing. A live camera view will allow participants to observe the eye tracker setup and operation for several leading eye tracked VR headsets. We will be presenting the same lecture at two different times for European & North America participants.
The North American lecture takes place from 2:15 - 3:15PM PST
The European lecture takes place from 6:15-7:15AM PST
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