Using dual eye-tracking to investigate real time social interactions

Iva Barišic, Bert Timmermans, Ulrich J Pfeiffer, Gary Bente, Kai Vogeley, Leonhard Schilbach

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Abstract

Commercially available eye tracking solutions are designed to monitor one person at a time. Increasing interest in the interpersonal functions of gaze in social neuroscience has brought up the question of how to analyse gaze behaviour in ongoing social interactions and how to create gaze-contingent social stimuli. In the current paper we present the implementation of a dual eye tracking system which allows to simultaneously measure two participants, engaged in gaze-based interactions while providing full experimental real time control over the behavioural data.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2013
EventCHI2013 - Paris, France
Duration: 27 Apr 20132 May 2013

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ConferenceCHI2013
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period27/04/132/05/13

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Barišic, I., Timmermans, B., Pfeiffer, U. J., Bente, G., Vogeley, K., & Schilbach, L. (2013). Using dual eye-tracking to investigate real time social interactions. Paper presented at CHI2013, Paris, France.

Using dual eye-tracking to investigate real time social interactions. / Barišic, Iva; Timmermans, Bert; Pfeiffer, Ulrich J; Bente, Gary; Vogeley, Kai; Schilbach, Leonhard.

2013. Paper presented at CHI2013, Paris, France.

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Barišic, I, Timmermans, B, Pfeiffer, UJ, Bente, G, Vogeley, K & Schilbach, L 2013, 'Using dual eye-tracking to investigate real time social interactions' Paper presented at CHI2013, Paris, France, 27/04/13 - 2/05/13, .
Barišic I, Timmermans B, Pfeiffer UJ, Bente G, Vogeley K, Schilbach L. Using dual eye-tracking to investigate real time social interactions. 2013. Paper presented at CHI2013, Paris, France.
Barišic, Iva ; Timmermans, Bert ; Pfeiffer, Ulrich J ; Bente, Gary ; Vogeley, Kai ; Schilbach, Leonhard. / Using dual eye-tracking to investigate real time social interactions. Paper presented at CHI2013, Paris, France.4 p.
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