Gazepoint Analysis V3.0.0 Blink Tracking

Gazepoint Analysis V3.0.0 Blink Tracking

Blink tracking has been added to the latest release of the Gazepoint software (V3.0.0), both to Control via the Open Gaze API (all versions) and to Analysis visualizations (UX). In Control you can access the blink tracking metrics by enabling the ENABLE_SEND_BLINK setting which adds a blink counter BKID, blink duration for the last blink BKDUR… read more

Gazepoint Remote Viewer V3.0.0

The Gazepoint Remote Viewer provides the ability to transmit the images shown in the Gazepoint Analysis software, over a network, to a remote computer for unobtrusive observation of the experiment underway. The core features of Remote include: Transmission of Analysis images to remote computers over a TCP/IP network High quality images and low bandwidth requirements… read more

Gazepoint update – V3.0.0 posted for download

I recently looked back at our blog and the last post was in February! It’s been quiet on the website but we have not been idle, we have a whole set of new features and products we’ll be rolling out over the fall. We’ve just posted V3.0 of the Gazepoint Software suite, I’ll take you… read more

Gazepoint in the News

  Gazepoint has been covered in the news a fair amount recently. After coverage in the local Vancouver Sun newspaper, Dr. Hennessey has given interviews on CKNW radio (SoundCloud link below) as well as CTV on eye-tracking applications and even given a sneak peak at our head mounted prototype system. We have also added another 3… read more

Eye tracking in the classroom with Gazepoint

Gazepoint’s affordable and easy-to-use GP3 means you can outfit an entire classroom with eye-trackers! Leading eye tracking expert Dr. Andrew Duchowski of Clemson University, set-up a classroom with a GP3 eye tracker and Gazepoint Analysis software on each desk for the Fall 2014 school term. Dr. Duchowski teaches eye tracking from the low level systems to… read more

Website refresh and Shop update!

A New Year is upon us and we’re happy to unveil a faster, improved website! We heard from many of our valuable customers that they were experiencing trouble with our online shopping cart, so we went to work and we now have a much faster site and a new cart which should work much better.… read more

Gazepoint Citations in Academic Journals

We are frequently asked if we can point to academic papers that illustrate the use of the GP3 eye-tracker and Gazepoint Analysis. Academic papers take a considerable time to go from experimentation to publication, but we are very happy to have the first set of published works using our system available for reference (listed below).… read more

Gazepoint V2.10.0 released!

Once again another software update! And this time with more features! And yes more bug fixes too! The browser bar of the integrated browser has been minimized, the age/gender sort selection improved, and by popular demand we have added the ability to mask off low viewed data when visualizing large datasets to the data visualization… read more

Gazepoint Version 2.9.0 Released

The Gazepoint software suite V2.9.0 has just been released! This release includes a number of library upgrades and a focus on improved stability and bug fixes. I can’t say it was the most fun release to work on but it certainly is our most reliable and robust build to date! As always, let us know… read more

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.… read more

As the first high-performance eye tracking software available at a consumer-grade price, GP3 provides an amplified level of accurate data for medical use.
Gazepoint’s innovations in eye-tracking allow developers to enhance behavioral research applications and usability studies applications.
Eliminating the guesswork behind the interactions between consumer and computer, our Analysis UX Edition allows users to track human behavior through measures such as eye movement tracking, click and scrolling behavior and more.