Workshop Title: Eye Tracking for Improving the UX of Information Visualization
Jumana Almahmoud, Research Associate at the Center for Complex Engineering Systems, KACST and MIT.
Eye tracking is a sensor technology that enables a device to know exactly where the eyes are focused. Itdetermines the presence, attention, focus, drowsiness, consciousness or other mental states. This informationcan be used to gain deep insights into consumer behavior or to design revolutionary new user interfaces across various devices. In this workshop we will be discussing eye tracking metrics related to Interacting with information visualizations. Design implications on how the results influence the user experience will be discussed.
Date: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017.
Location: HCI Lab (6S17)