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Eye Tracking Museum

Header to Delabarre's orginal 1898 paper on measurements of eye movements

Under construction!
The museum of eye-trackers is intended for learning and for fun, but we hope that it will also help to form an understanding of the development of eye movement research and the machines results were based on -- their limitations and advantages in comparison to current techniques -- and provide data as a resource for assessing how replicable these results can be expected to be with current commercial systems. The museum is closely related to several current goals of EMRA - for example eye data quality, archiving material related to the central inventions in the development of eye tracking methods, and who they came from. We also welcome personal accounts of using various systems, of collaborating or working on central developments, or with the researchers who contributed greatly to the field in the past. While eye tracking is advancing in terms of application areas and analysis methods, the museum is a place to make sure we don't lose important previous knowledge. The museum is under construction. If you would like to donate material to the museum, or get involved, please contact us at board(at)eye-movements.org.

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