Travel Bag for the GP3 – Compliments of Gazepoint

Eye tracking for neuroscience

As the neuroscientist-in-residence here at Gazepoint, I was happy to represent the team at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting held last week in sunny San Diego, California. It was a great opportunity to catch up with the latest neuroscience research that involves eye movements and gaze, and it was amazing to see how creative… read more

Introducing the GP3 laptop mount!

We are pleased to announce the release of the GP3 Laptop Mount! We had a lot of positive feedback on our GP3 VESA monitor mount which led to requests for a similar attachment to a laptop. Attaching the eye tracker to the display or laptop ensures that calibrations remain fixed even if the laptop is… read more

Gazepoint GP3 Analysis of America’s Cup 2013 Final Race

We here at Gazepoint are almost all certified wind junkies. When it’s blowing over 15 kts it’s pretty hard to keep the team focused, and over 20 kts we’re all on the water. Fortunately (sort of) it’s rarely that windy around here, but we are all keen sailors and this years America’s Cup has been… read more

Gazepoint V1.5.0 released September 10, 2013

Gazepoint V1.5.0 (September 10, 2013) – Win XP, Vista, 7 & 8, x86 & x64 Release Notes Gazepoint Controller– Improved glint tracking (major improvement in tracking performance)– Added 9 point calibration option in calibration window– Changed how calibration display updates to improve performance on slower machines– Optimized processing speed Gazepoint Analysis– Added multi user recording–… read more

The art of eye tracking – SAIC

We are excited to feature a recent project developed using the new GP3 eye tracker. Students from the SAIC School of the Art Institute of Chicago put together a fascinating exhibit about self perception entitled “Me, My#selfie, & Eye”. The installation allows visitors to take a “selfie”, or a picture of themselves, and then allows… read more

The introductory offer is over, but the GP3 is still the most affordable high performance tracker available!

Since the launch of the GP3, our high-performance, low-cost desktop eye-tracker, we’ve been flooded with orders, great feedback, and interesting requests for new features (stay tuned!). As we rush to assemble, test and ship units, we’re also optimizing the manufacturing process, AND developing awesome new upgrade features like heatmaps, and entirely new products. We truly… read more

Gazepoint Analysis 1.4.0 now supports real-time heatmaps

The Gazepoint Analysis package version 1.4.0 has been upgraded to provide real-time heatmap drawing. V1.4.0 also now supports recording of the users face image to provide additional feedback to the experimenter on what the user was doing during the recording. Our current customers can download the latest greatest software at the Download section. For everyone… 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.