May 30, 2019
On Hackaday, John Evans and colleagues have shared a design and build for an open-source eye-tracking system for human research.
We’ve wanted to expand our coverage of behavioral tools to include those used in human research. To get this rolling, we’d like to highlight a project for eye tracking that might be helpful to many labs, especially if you don’t have a grant to collect pilot data. Check out Low Cost Open Source Eye Tracking. It uses open-source code, available from GitHub, and a pair of cheap USB cameras.