The basic eye tracking laboratories are fully functional instruments for collecting raw eye and, in the case of the ETL101R, point-of-regard data. They all consist of an eye imaging component, processing electronics and a computer system to control the data collection process. These systems utilize simple eye imaging components and mounts and have fewer upgrade options, so that they can be offered at a lower price point for the customer.
ETL100H Head Mounted Eye Tracking Lab
The ETL100H is a tethered monocular head mounted lab that measures pupil size, monitors eye blinks and tracks the movement of pupil and corneal reflection eye landmarks at a 60 Hz rate.
ETL100R Remote Mounted Eye Tracking Lab
A tabletop mounted, remote version of the lab, the ETL100R measures pupil size, monitors eye blinks and tracks the movement of pupil and corneal reflection eye landmarks at a 60 Hz rate.
ETL101R Remote Mounted Point-of-Regard Tracking Lab
Like the ETL100R, the ETL101R is a complete remote eye tracking laboratory. In addition, this lab allows for the calibration and collection of point-of-regard data of a human subject at 60 Hz with respect to a stimulus display.