Eye-Tracking

At the Chair of Ergonomics we use a variety of eye-tracking methods. You'll find a short overview below.

SmartEye

The non-intrusive SmartEye system is designed to measure the subject’s head pose and gaze direction in 3D. In addition various information about eye lid opening values and pupil dilation can be measured.

The Chair of Ergonomics owns the SmartEyePro system in the version 7.0 using three permanently installed infrared cameras, which allow data recording with 60 Hz. An interface to the driving simulation software SILAB of the WIVW enables the Chair of Ergonomics to analyse use cases such as driver drowsiness detection in real-time.

 

Additional information about the head and gaze tracking system SmartEye is available on the manufacturer’s Homepage.

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Dikablis

Dikablis is a head-mounted Eye-Trackingsystem developed by Ergoneers GmbH The Chair of Ergonomics uses various versions of the Dikablis system.

 

Information about the technical specifications could be found on the manufacturer’s website.

Eye-Tracking allows research in various usability fields.

Research Questions

  • Distractive effects of non-driving related tasks
  • Perception of information on display units
  • Attention capturing by alerts
  • Gaze behaviour/gaze strategy
  • Effects on the driver state
  • Driver state detection

 

Literature

DIN EN ISO 15007-1: Straßenfahrzeuge – Messung des Blickverhaltens von Fahrern bei Fahrzeugen mit Fahrerinformations- und -assistenzsystemen – Teil 1: Begriffe und Parameter (ISO 15007:2002) (2003). Beuth Verlag.

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