As part of a European consortium, Viewpointsystem has been granted funding from the European Defence Fund (EDF) for the research project “Advanced Biometrics In Training and Simulation” (ABITS). The research project will receive €2.23 million in funding, of which Viewpointsystem will be allocated approximately €580.000.
A month has passed since ETRA 2022, the best and most renowned eye tracking conference of its kind. The aim of ETRA (full name: ACM Symposium of Eye Tracking Research & Applications) is to bring together researchers across disciplines to advance eye tracking research and its applications. And this year, the organizers and everyone contributing really succeeded in doing that in every respect.
Eye impairments such as one eye with very low visual acuity, the loss of one eye, a cataract in just one of the eyes (opacity in the lens), strabismus (the eyes do not properly align with each other when looking at an object), amblyopia (lazy eye), anisocoria or differently sized pupils (one of the most unique traits of David Bowie) can lead one to wonder if eye tracking is still possible.
In this live webinar with lead doctor Michael Wagner, MD PhD, learn how the trainees watched the first-person point of view video stream from the Viewpointsystem VPS 19 eye tracking glasses to adopt strategies from the neonatologist’s gaze patterns and understand clinical reasoning during task performance.