Pupilometry Using an Advanced-Design Oculometer.
HUMAN ENGINEERING LABS ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD
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HAWAII, 2-8 September 1972.eye, behavior, monitors, measurement, visual perception, performancehuman, human factors engineeringoculometers, pupillometry, eye movementsA number of available eye monitoring techniques are briefly contrasted to show the advantages and limitations of each. In addition a recently developed oculometer is described which is unique in that it provides 1 a technique for tracking and ovserving the eye which does not interfere with the subjects normal viewing behavior 2 data reduction capacity for handling large volumes of data on an on-line basis enabling immediate feedback to the subject and 3 measurement of a wide spectra of visual responses which include basic measures such as voluntary eye movement, blinking, changes in pupil size and derived measures such as variability of fixation times and scan patterns. Author
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems