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Eye tracking without the eyes

Eye tracking without the eyes

Features


Open Source

Open Source

MouseView.js is free to use and open source.

Cross device compatibility

Cross device compatibility

Despite its name MouseView.js has support for touch-screen devices too.

Implemented in existing tools

Implemented in existing tools

MouseView.js has pre-made working examples in Gorilla.sc and jsPsych.


MouseView.js in action



Publications

Read our preprint on PsyArXiv here

If you use this tool please cite:

Anwyl-Irvine, A. L., Armstrong, T., & Dalmaijer, E. S. (2021, March 7). MouseView.js: Reliable and valid attention tracking in web-based experiments using a cursor-directed aperture. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/rsdwg

Creators


Alex Anwyl-Irvine

Alex Anwyl-Irvine

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Alex is a developmental cognitive neuroscientist with an interest in software development.

Thomas Armstrong

Thomas Armstrong

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Tom is a Clinical psychologist studying disgust, emotion, motivation with eyetracking.

Edwin Dalmaijer

Edwin Dalmaijer

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Edwin is a cognitive scientist who develops eye-tracking software, and researches how affect, cognition, and environment interact in child development.