Analyzing your data based on fixations is now possible thanks to our new fixation filter and signal noise reduction 🙂
By default, we’re detecting 100 ms long fixations using gaze velocity, working on interpolated, denoised eye-tracking data.
A few things worth noticing:
- Heatmaps are now using the “Fixations” view by default.
- You can customize the Fixation Filter to your preferences.
- You can export a CSV file with info about fixation count for all your AOIs.
- You can switch to the previous “Gaze points” view if you prefer that kind of data.
- Heatmaps and recording are now using denoised data (moving median).
- You can control the noise reduction algorithm strength for heatmaps and recordings.
RealEye 6.2 release notes:
- Add Fixation Filter – based on gaze velocity.
- Add Signal Noise Reduction – moving median.
- Add data interpolation (to 60 Hz).
- Work on gaze data outside of the screen range.
- Minor UI/UX improvements.
- Minor bug fixes.
We would like to thank Nick, one of our customers, for giving us a precious feedback about the new features.