"Measures and visualizations from eye movement data"

Kenneth Holmqvist is a professor in Psychology (Ph.D. Apr 1993), who now holds a tenure position as head of the eye-tracking group in Lund, with over 45 eye trackers, a large number of post-docs, PhD students and visiting scholars. Over the past ten years, the research in Holmqvist's group has focused on central themes in eye tracking, to improve measures and methods, the theoretically important psychological question of mental imagery, individual differences in cognition, attention (also in autism and special populations), and several strands of applied research, where methods can be tested in a real setting. During this period, Holmqvist has been the principle investigator of a number of nationally funded projects.


John Balint, Brad Reynolds, Leslie Blaha and Tim Halverson Visualizing Eye Movements in Formal Cognitive Models
Fabian Beck, Tanja Blascheck, Thomas Ertl and Daniel Weiskopf Exploring Word-Sized Graphics for Visualizing Eye Tracking Data within Transcribed Experiment Recordings
Leslie Blaha, Joseph Houpt, Mary Frame and Jacob Kern Watching You Watching You: Visualization of Visual-Motor Behavior
Zoya Bylinskii and Michelle Borkin Eye Movement Metrics for Information Visualizations
Cagatay Demiralp, Jesse Crimele, Jeffrey Heer and Stuart K. Card The VERP Explorer: A Tool for Exploring Eye Movements of Visual-Cognitive Tasks Using Recurrence Plots
Andrew Duchowski and Krzysztof Krejtz Visualizing Dynamic Ambient/Focal Attention with Coefficient K
Bo Ma, Eakta Jain and Alireza Entezari 3D Saliency from Eye Tracking with Tomography
Wayne Gray, Ryan Hope, Mathew-Donald Sangster and John Lindstedt Gaze Transitions During Play of a Dynamic Video Game
Thomas Loewe, Michael Stengel, Emmy-Charlotte Foerster, Steve Grogorick and Marcus Magnor Visualization and Analysis of Head Movement and Gaze Data for Immersive Video in Head-mounted Displays
Truong-Huy Nguyen, Michael Richards, Magy Seif El-Nasr and Derek Isaacowitz A Visual Analytic System for Comparing Attention Patterns in Eye-Tracking Data
Christoph Schulz, Michael Burch and Daniel Weiskopf
Visual Data Cleansing of Eye Tracking Data
Laura Tateosian, Michelle Glatz, Makiko Shukunobe and Pankaj Chopra GazeGIS: A Gaze-based Reading and Dynamic Geographic Information System
Xi Wang, Christian Lessig, Marc Alexa and David Lindlbauer Accurate 3D Gaze Tracking for Known Geometry

MEETUP - Community Building for Eye Tracking and Visualization (ETVIS)

There is a growing interest in eye tracking as a research method in many communities, including information visualization, scientific visualization, visual analytics, but also in human-computer interaction, applied perception, psychology, cognitive science, security, and mixed reality. Progress in hardware technology and the reduction of costs for eye tracking devices have made this analysis technique accessible to a large population of researchers. Recording the observer's gaze can reveal how dynamic graphical displays are visually accessed and which information are processed in real time.

Nonetheless, standardized practices for technical implementations and data interpretation remain unresolved.

This Meetup accompanies the IEEE VIS Workshop on Eye Tracking and Visualization (ETVIS), which will take place on the same day as the meetup (in the morning sessions).

With the ETVIS Meetup, we will complement the ETVIS Workshop:

We intend to build a community of eye tracking researchers within the visualization community, covering information visualization, scientific visualization, and visual analytics. We also aim to establish connections to related fields, in particular, in human-computer interaction, cognitive science, and psychology. This will promote a robust exchange of established practices and innovative use scenarios. The Meetup will also serve to consolidate the results of the ETVIS Workshop, discuss details of a book with post-workshop papers (extended versions of accepted workshop papers), plan follow-up workshop(s), and talk about other activities to strengthen eye tracking research in visualization and make these activities sustainable.


The schedule is now available as PDF.