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.
Check out the details on Hackaday.io and GitHub!
Evans, J. (2018). Low Cost Open Source Eye Tracking. Retrieved from https://hackaday.io/project/153293-low-cost-open-source-eye-tracking
October 31, 2016
Mousetrap, an open-source software plugin to record and analyze mouse movements in computerized lab experiments, was developed by Pascal Kieslich and Felix Henninger, both located in Germany.
Mousetrap is a plugin that is used with OpenSesame software for mouse-tracking, or the analysis of mouse movements during computerized lab experiments which can serve as an indicator of commitment or conflict in decision making. The integration of Mousetrap with a general-purpose graphical experiment builder also allows users to access other core features and software extensions of OpenSesame, which offers more flexibility to users when designing experiments. Mousetrap is available for use across all platforms (Linux, Windows and Mac) and the data collected with the software can also be imported directly into R for analysis with an available Mousetrap package.
The GitHub for this project may be found here.