|Record user behaviours discretely in the lab||Observation Suites|
|Record user behaviours on-site||Portable Labs|
|Provide feedback to clients/users||The Observer XT|
|Analyse product design on a user's posture or movement||Simi Motion|
|Record user interactions with mobile or handheld devices||Tobii Pro Glasses 3|
|Score & analyse behaviours from video or live in the field||The Observer XT|
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 observation labs have everything you need in a small lightweight case. You can record, analyse and present your results there and then.
Compact, portable, screen-based eye tracker, capturing data at speeds of up to 250Hz.
Viso is a software suite for recording audio, video and screen capture from multiple rooms. Record from up to four IP cameras per room. Easily manage different recordings from one central location. When recording, you can set markers or add comments from any location. You can view the rooms offline or live as the recording is being captured.
Tobii Pro Glasses 3 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.
FaceReader is designed to automatically recognise and log the seven basic expressions: happy, sad, angry, surprised, scared, disgusted and contempt. In addition, FaceReader can also recognise a 'neutral' state and 'contempt'. It will also meaure other information from the face such as: age, gender, ethnicity and the presence of facial hair and glasses. FaceReader automatically logs specific facial changes e.g. mouth open/closed or eyebrows raised and 20 commonly used Facial Action Units.
Here are some of the scenarios relevant to Ergonomics, Usability & HCI and the products that would be appropriate.
|Record user interactions with computer interfaces on site using a portable lab and analyse your footage in The Observer XT.|
|Study product use in public places, such as bars and shops|
|Measure the effects of chair design on posture|
|Test website design by measuring users' eye-movements|
|Assess usability of mobile phones and tablets|