Gazepoint Control and Analysis version 1.4.0 now supports Vista and XP

Gazepoint Control and Analysis version 1.4.0 now supports Vista and XP

We are pleased to announce that Gazepoint Control and Analysis software version 1.4.0 supports Windows Vista and XP operating systems. Our latest release adds compatibility for these platforms. We do recommend a reasonably powerful processor still, such as an Intel Core i3 processor. Be sure to check back frequently as we have many more updates… read more

What is an eye-tracker?

For those who are not experienced eye-tracker users…. What is an eye-tracker? An eye-tracker is a human computer input device that measures the point of gaze (where one is looking). The GP3 is a desktop eye-tracker and is designed for use to measure point of gaze on a laptop or monitor screen. A user can… read more

What functionality does the GP3 include?

What functionality does the GP3 include? This is common question that we see all the time and we’d like to share that info here with everyone. The GP3 includes Gazepoint Analysis which is an easy-to-use usability study analysis software. It can produce heat maps and gaze fixation maps overlayed to either screen content (web pages,… read more

GP3 Screen Mount means less calibration

[fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”] An interesting question recently came up from an experienced eye tracker user. Does the GP3 eye tracker require re-calibration at the start of each use? For the same user, no it… read more

Gazepoint GP3 Gaze Fixation Map

Backed by popular demand, we’ve posted a short demo video created with the Gazepoint GP3 eye tracker and our analysis software (included with GP3). The software tracks user gaze fixation and displays the fixation position and duration (in seconds) for a short period of time. In the demo the display duration is set to 2… read more

Back from SIGGRAPH

The Gazepoint team is back from SIGGRAPH 2013. Thanks to all who stopped by and tried out our demo. The reception of the technology and the GP3 was fantastic. People were amazed at the price point of our device and the strong performance and accuracy.… read more

Gazepoint demo at SIGGRAPH 2013 is a hit!

The Gazepoint demo at SIGGRAPH 2013 is a hit! We are at the British Columbia Canada booth #565. People are super stoked about our eye tracker powered Fruit Ninja demo and the possibilities of new eye tracker powered applications. Best quotes of the day “this is cool technology!” and “the GP3 works better than the… read more

Gazepoint headed to SIGGRAPH 2013

The Gazepoint team is off to SIGGRAPH 2013 in sunny Anaheim California. We will be exhibiting on July 23 and 24, 2013 as part of the British Columbia Canada booth. If are coming to SIGGRAPH, please come check out our presentation and demo at booth 565 and meet us in person. We are so excited… read more

Gazepoint Eyeblade Developer Demo

In the video below we demonstrate a simple application that allows eye-tracking to control the cursor in the Fruit Ninja video game by Half Brick. The demo system uses 3 pieces of sofware: Gazepoint: The gaze-tracking software that comes included with the GP3 – it processes the eye images, computes the gaze point, and runs… read more

GP3 Unboxing and Setup

In the video below, we’ll show just how easy the GP3 is to setup: you can get started with eye-tracking in under 3 minutes! You only need 4 components, all of which come with your brand new GP3 tracker: GP3 eye-tracker: required. You knew that. Tripod: Any standard camera tripod will work, so feel free… 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.