Gazepoint Analysis 2.7.0 Released

Gazepoint Analysis 2.7.0 Released

The latest release of Gazepoint Analysis v2.7.0 is now available for download. We have added a set of great new features including:

Large Project Media Sets

Customers were creating very large projects and running into memory issues. We completely revamped how we handle memory allocation and can now support very large (hundreds) of media items. These very large experiments were a little time consuming to put together, so we also added the ability to add multiple media items at the same time, simply hold CONTROL and click on all the media items you wish to add and they will be added all in one go.

User Controlled Fixation Colors

With large data sets of user recordings it can be difficult to distinguish one user from the next when aggregating many subjects at the same time. It is now possible to select the color of fixations for each recording.

Easier Selection of Recordings

Again with large data sets it was getting cumbersome to select and un-select different recording groups. We have added the ability to tag each recording with the subject’s gender (Male/Female) and age. You can then select a filter option based on Gender and Age, and easily toggle between two groups. This also lets you easily compare two groups such as for A/B testing, just label Group A as M and Group B as F.

Thank you all for your excellent feedback on Gazepoint Analysis! We use your feedback to steer our new feature road map, so please keep in touch and let us know how we can make Analysis easier and more powerful for you!




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