Eye and body movements analysis
Combining eye tracking and motion capture data allows researchers to analyze the coordination between eye and body movements. This offers a more rounded understanding of an individual's behavior. Here are just some ways it’s being used in the real world:
Sports – Get insights into hand-eye coordination and a better understanding of performance in sports. From saving a goal to getting a hole in one, athletes are learning more about their game.
Medical – Learn from skilled surgeons and translate their instinctive coordination into training material. Identify brain disorders and evaluate progress in physical rehabilitation.
Training and simulation – Test run scenarios in controlled environments using human motion and gaze behavior to better understand individual performance, train new skills, and improve safety.
Psychology – Understand what stimuli triggers certain body language and explore gesture-speech integration.