HCAT lab recently purchased a biophysiological measurement system from iMotions. The system allows us to measure eye movements, emotional response, and heart rate (among others).
We’ve been interested in biophysiological measurement for years, and have conducted several eye tracking studies via the labs at Texas Tech (Andy King) and BYU (Kevin John). But now we have our own state of the art equipment.
As part of the purchase, iMotions sent out a team of trainers to teach us the ropes. We held a two-day workshop at the University of Utah, and learned a ton.
Participants included Kate Christy, Manu Pokharel, Kaylee Crossley, Andy King, Kevin John, and Tae Lee.
I also set up the Ozo and filmed some of it in immersive.