As one of the many by-products of Moore’s Law, personal computers have, in recent decades, become powerful enough to record real-time eye movements with video-based eye trackers. The decrease in the prices of eye tracking systems (ETSs) has been accelerating since the 1990s, and their use in a variety of scientific domains expanding. ETSs and related applications have shown a lot of promise in recent years, and their widespread and ever-increasing use in mainstream/personal equipment for daily life has transformed them from a novelty into a relatively common tool.
|Title of host publication
|I See Me, You See Me: Inferring Cognitive and Emotional Processes from Gazing Behaviour
|Pedro Santos Pinto Gamito, Pedro Joel Rosa
|Cambridge Scholars Publishing
|Published - 2014