|Record behaviours discretely in the lab||Observation Suites|
|Record behaviours on the move||Portable Labs|
|Score behaviours from video||The Observer XT|
|Teach students about visual perception & psychophysics||Observation Suites|
|Teach students how to make behavioural observations||The Observer XT|
|Study gaze on the move||Tobii Pro Glasses 2|
|Measure gaze on a screen anywhere||Tobii Pro X3-120|
|Automatic emotion measurement||FaceReader|
A complete system for recording, review and analysis of behaviour, live or from video. Define, code, display and analyse behaviour quickly and easily with almost limitless flexibility. Used in research, teaching and training.
We design, install, support and provide training for a range of behavioural observation laboratories from simple one-camera systems through to complex usability labs. featuring screen capture, mouse and keyboard logging, automatic emotion measurement, physiology and eye tracking.
Usability and HCI researchers often need to film their subjects on site, investigating real-world situations and providing immediate feedback.
Our portable filming labs have everything you need in a small lightweight case. You can record, analyse and present your results there and then.
The ultra-slim Tobii Pro X3-120 is a screen-based eye tracker designed for detailed fixation-based studies, sampling at 120Hz.
Tobii Pro Glasses 2 are designed for academic researchers, UX experts and market research professionals to capture natural gaze behaviour in real-world or virtual environments. Gaze data can be combined with biometric devices for more extensive discoveries into human behaviour.
Here are some of the scenarios relevant to Psychology and the products that would be appropriate.
|Code violent behaviours in pubs and bars discretely|
|Record text message communication of teenagers using mobile phones|
|Discover conversation patterns in doctor-patient interactions|
|Record teacher-pupil interactions in the classroom|
|Multi-modal studies in a controlled environment|
|Assess eye movements of expert and novice drivers|