1. Download and install Gazepoint software on your computer (http://www.gazept.com/download)
  2. Unpack your Gazepoint GP3 device
  3. Attach tripod (or optional VESA or Laptop mount) and cables to the GP3
  4. Position the GP3 to point at your eyes at an upwards angle (ideally the unit is 30cm below eye level and 65cm away)
  5. Plug USB cables into your computer
  6. Start Gazepoint Control to calibrate your unit
  7. Start Gazepoint Analysis to begin capturing gaze data

 

Instructions

1. Prepare your text, image and video file that will be used in your experiment.

A text file can be used to give instructions to your text subject at the start of your experiment. A text file is limited to 15 lines of display.

2. Start Gazepoint Control and calibrate your eye tracker

3. Start Gazepoint Analysis, begin a new project and choose media type Text, choose your .txt file and set the display duration

4. In the Media List box on the left side, click the Add icon to add additional media items which may be an image file, choose your .jpg file and set your display duration. Repeat add media item for the video file.

5. Minimize Control and Analysis windows or move them to your tester screen. We recommend a dual screen setup so that there is one for the test subject and one for the tester to start/stop and monitor the testing.

6. Press CTRL + ALT + R or click Record to begin your experiment and start recording (test subjects can use the spacebar to advance to the next media item). Recording will stop when after the last media item has displayed.

7. Click Analyze Data icon

8. Click Fixationmap icon

9. Click Play icon to review recording

10.Click Export icon to export the data (data is exported to the \result folder inside your project folder)

  1. Start Gazepoint Control and calibrate your eye tracker
  2. Start Gazepoint Analysis, begin a new project and choose media type Screen capture
  3. Minimize Control and Analysis windows
  4. Load your stimulus material (image, video, PDF, game, webpage or other testing software)
  5. Press CTRL + ALT + R to start Record and begin your test
  6. Press CTRL + ALT + S to Stop recording
  7. Click Analyze Data icon
  8. Click Visualization icon and a settings window will provide different size and opacity choicesvisualization_heatmap
  9. Click Play icon to review recording
  10. Click Export icon to export the data (data is exported to the \result folder inside your project folder)
  1. Start Gazepoint Control and calibrate your eye tracker
  2. Start Gazepoint Analysis, begin a new project and choose media type Screen captureadd_media
  3. Minimize Control and Analysis windows
  4. Load your stimulus material (image, video, PDF, game, webpage or other testing software)
  5. Press CTRL + ALT + R to start Record and begin your test
  6. Press CTRL + ALT + S to Stop recording
  7. Click Analyze Data icon and click Visualization icon to access the Visualization Settings and choose fixation mapvisualization_fixation
  8. Click Play icon to review recording
  9. Click Export icon to export the data (data is exported to the \result folder inside your project folder)

Data Files:

  • 0001-user.csv – contains all captured data
  • 0001-user-fix.csv – only the fixations are listed
  • CurrentAOIStatisticsX.csv – lists the statistics for the AOIs (only created if AOIs are used)
  • CurrentImageX.png – copy of image currently in the Analysis display window (can be paused at any point of recording)
  • CurrentVideoX.avi – video of the media item currently being viewed with the AOI, gaze, webcam (as selected) and cursor overlaid on the content

 

CTRL+ALT+R = start data record

CTRL+ALT+S = stop data record

ALT+left arrow = go to recording start

ALT+right arrow = go to recording end

ALT+z = toggle playback zoom

ALT+p = play recording or pause recording

ALT+up arrow = skip to previous recording

ALT+down arrow = skip to next recording