Combine video observation with eye tracking to better understand human behaviour by using multiple sensors
Many complex research questions require a multiple sensors setup to understand human behaviour. D-Lab is exactly made for this and the most common setup is using a number of external video cameras and record them synchronously with the eye tracking data. If you decide to purchase D-Lab Video, you get two video cameras for free.
D-Lab together with its various modules is made to record and analyse different sensors such as eye trackers, video cameras, microphones, physiological devices or the CAN bus of a car synchronously. It can easily handle if these sensors come with different frequencies and supports you to analyse all data channels synchronously. The D-Lab Video module can record up to four USB cams in sync to other sensors. All input channels can be displayed in a live view and as a study administrator you can pick and choose which devices you want to see. These channels can be played back synchronously â€“ even with other data channels. But it is also possible to use D-Lab Video to code behaviour and set attributes. All of this can then be statistically analysed, visualized and exported.
– Record a number of video streams synchronously with other data (e.g. eye tracking)
– Coding of behaviour and attributes
– Live view
– Synchronously play back all recorded videos
– Calculation of statistical metrics
– Look at human behaviour from different angles
– Group discussion
– Full visibility of complete scenery
– Human-Machine-Interaction (usability tests)
– Record DVI signal together with eye tracking