The Vision Lab is located in Leahy Hall on the 3rd floor.
Director: Dr. Carol A. Coté
The Tobii X120 Eye-Tracker allows for flexible, real-world stimuli setup options, which enables measures of how people view physical objects, projections and video screens. Accurate 60 or 120 Hz. The system allows for large head movements, providing a distraction-free test environment that ensures natural behavior. The high accuracy and precision of the tracking technology ensures that the research results are reliable.
Pictured: Sample of graphic recording of one participant’s eye-tracking “hot spots” during a visual matching task. This is from study on eye-tracking strategies of children with and without non-verbal disabilities. Principal investigator is Dr. Carol Coté of the Occupational Therapy Program.
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