Blickshift Blog

15. November 2023

New version of Blickshift Analytics released

Today is a great day for the eye tracking community. Today we are releasing the new version of Blickshift Analytics. And with it, two new fantastic […]
6. October 2023

DataBikeSim = Virtual Reality + Cycling + Eye Tracking

In July, we started researching together with Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences in the DataBikeSim project to identify and elaborate differences in driving behaviour between bicycle […]
1. August 2023

Dynamic AOIs made easy

After extensive internal testing and testing with a select group of users, we are opening the beta test of our new version to our worldwide community! […]
1. June 2023

ELSI Workshop at ETRA 2023

With eye tracking becoming pervasive, researchers and developers face fundamental new challenges regarding privacy and ethics. However, these critical topics have only received little attention in […]
25. April 2023

Partner of Eyes4ICU network

In addition to our daily work as entrepreneurs, it is also very important to us to contribute to the education of the next generation of eye […]
20. January 2023

Preview on new Version of Blickshift Analytics

We are pleased to announce that due to your great feedback over the past year, we are adding two new features to our product that you […]
11. November 2022

From the first tutorial to a series of tutorials on YouTube

When conducting and analyzing eye tracking experiments it is very important to know the basics of recording eye movements. But not everyone on the team needs […]
9. September 2022

New tutorial about “What is eye tracking?”

In our new tutorial series “The arts of eye tracking analysis” we will give you a broad overview about all aspects of eye tracking like: ·        developing […]
13. August 2022

Blickshift Analytics 1.3

Today we are releasing a new update for Blickshift Analytics with version number 1.3. Two particular highlights of the new version are the new importer, which […]
7. June 2022

Proposal for a research program for ethical, legal and social implications of eye tracking

From Michael Raschke In one of our recent blog articles we argued that eye tracking will be one of the main enablers for a new market […]
11. May 2022

Why are we supporting scientific events like ETRA?

From Michael Raschke This year we are supporting the ACM Symposium of Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA) again as a sponsor. I thought this would […]
31. March 2022

Future of Eye Tracking

Today, Blickshift Analytics offers you a universal, generic and intuitive useable eye tracking analysis solution. So, the question is:   What is next?   What we […]
24. February 2022

Update 2022

How can we support you with your eye tracking analysis and with your development of next generation eye tracking applications? These questions and their technical challenges […]
20. August 2021

Update 1.2.14 of Blickshift Analytics

Today, we’re releasing a new update for Blickshift Analytics. It is version and provides you with the following highlights: We optimized the our Pupil Labs […]
16. October 2020

Update 1.2.2 of Blickshift Analytics

Today, we’re releasing a new update for Blickshift Analytics. It is version and provides you with the following highlights: We further improved the handling of […]