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 drive us on.
On the market since 2017, Blickshift Analytics became a powerful analytics software covering all aspects of an eye movement analysis. It accompanies you:
Originally, Blickshift Analytics has been designed for analyzing data from desktop-based eye tracking experiments and fixed setups in automotive eye tracking experiments. But more and more, we learned that it also can be used more universally. The door opener to the world of Blickshift Analytics is our universal importer. With this importer, you can also analyze eye tracking data recorded
With this we cover a large variety of eye tracking setups with one analysis software. Moreover, Blickshift Analytics works with exported raw data from all main eye tracking manufacturers, such as from Tobii®, Pupil Labs, Smart Eye®, Ergoneers® and old SMI hardware. It also works with data acquisition tools like iMotions® or open-source software like pygaze. If you want to work with a customized setup developed by yourself, no problem! Then you can add further data streams manually to the data analysis pipeline with our easy to use merging and resampling feature.
If you are working on machine learning algorithms or want to annotate your recorded data with further information you can use our labeling feature. With the labeling component you can easily annotate the data with categorical or numerical information and export it to use it to further process your data.
Today, Blickshift Analytics offers you a universal, generic and intuitive useable eye tracking analysis solution. So, the question is: What is next? (to be continued in March)