Optical

Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

Applications for FaceLAB™ include:

• adult or child psychology studies;

• general human factors research;

• driving and piloting studies in simulators or test vehicles;

• fatigue, distraction and inattention studies;

• human performance measurement in complex systems;

• vehicle safety and ergonomic assessment;

• human-machine interfaces;

• robot-human interaction;

• on-screen performance studies, web and interface usability;

• modelling human performance or cognitive workload;

• autostereoscopic displays;

University Tag Number: 
175036
Availability: 
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  • Robert Gordon
Location
Minard Hall
Room Number: 
132A4
Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

The EyeFollower empowers users with a completely natural environment when conducting eye tracking studies or interactions. This system provides subjects with the largest amount of free head movement of any remote eye tracker in the world. Automatically locating, focusing and tracking the users with no time-consuming adjustments or re-calibrations. This system truly takes into consideration all of the geometric issues eye trackers normally face.

University Tag Number: 
190517
Availability: 
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  • Mark McCourt
Location
Minard Hall
Room Number: 
126C4
Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

The core of the EyeLink 1000 eye tracker consists of a custom designed high-speed camera connected to a dedicated Host computer. Running on a real-time operating system, the Host software provides extremely fast eye sample access with incredibly low inter-sample variability, accessed via a set of programming interfaces for multiple operating systems and programming languages.

University Tag Number: 
184109
Availability: 
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  • Mark McCourt
Location
Minard Hall
Room Number: 
126C4
Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

The Tower Mount for the EyeLink 1000 Plus uses an infrared hot mirror to maximize the field of view. The mirror is transparent to visible light but reflects the infrared light used to illuminate the participant’s eye.

Since the camera views the eye from above, participants are free to use their arms in tasks such as reaching to a touch screen monitor. Ask us how to customize the Tower Mount for pointing, writing, or drawing applications.

The EyeLink 1000 Plus camera can be easily detached from the Tower Mount and transferred to any other mount. 

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University Tag Number: 
175056
Availability: 
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  • Mark McCourt
Location
Minard Hall
Room Number: 
132A4
Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

 The EyeLink II system consists of three miniature cameras mounted on a comfortable padded headband. No mirrors are used in the EyeLink II system, making it very robust and easy to set up. Two eye cameras allow binocular eye tracking or easy selection of the subject’s dominant eye without any mechanical reconfiguration. An optical head-tracking camera integrated into the headband allows accurate tracking of the subject’s point of gaze without the need for a bite bar.

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University Tag Number: 
168220
Availability: 
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  • Robert Gordon
Location
Minard Hall
Room Number: 
126E2
Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

The moorLDI2™ is still the most popular and versatile laser Doppler imaging system, equally at home in clinical and research environments.

moorLDI2-HIR™. The moorLDI2-HIR blood perfusion imager offers the highest spatial resolution of all Moor imagers with 256 x 256 measurements at 100 microns resolution. A focussed laser beam of diameter less than 100 microns is used, together with high resolution encoders in the position control of the laser beam scanning mirror.

University Tag Number: 
193665
Availability: 
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  • Yagna Jarajapu
Location
Sudro Hall
Room Number: 
17
Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

The nVisor SX is a head-mounted display (HMD) for advanced virtual reality applications. The nVisor SX incorporates high-resolution color microdisplays with custom engineered optics to deliver unsurpassed visual acuity in a wide field-of-view format.

The nVisor boasts an attractive ergonomic design with easy access to user adjustments including inter-ocular distance, eye-relief to accommodate users with eyeglasses, and a robust head-fitting apparatus to balance and comfortably align the HMD.

University Tag Number: 
168193
Availability: 
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  • Mark McCourt
Location
Minard Hall
Room Number: 
134A20
Inventory Classification
  • Sample Measurement and Analysis
  • Bio-Medical
  • Optical

The Tobii Pro X2-60 provides exceptional flexibility and accommodates for a wide array of human behavior research.

The slim design makes for a compact solution, ideal for unobtrusive data collection in a variety of research environments, such as subjects' homes, clinics, schools, or malls.

The Pro X2-60 shows exactly where people are looking and, with a sampling rate of 60 Hz, is designed for research into the timing and duration of fixations. The system is perfect for both qualitative research and quantitative research, e.g. calculation of different eye tracking metrics.

University Tag Number: 
198260
Availability: 
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  • Elizabeth H Blodgett Salafia
Location
Graduate Center
Room Number: 
213