Tobii Pro Resources
Download Tobii Pro software, user manuals, release notes, firmware, accuracy and precision test reports, and more on the downloads page of the Tobii Pro website.
Visit the Learning Center on the Tobii Pro website. You can search hundreds of learn articles by keyword. If you ever have a question, that’s the best place to start! You will find useful content including eye tracking essentials where you’ll learn about the human visual system and how eye tracking works, steps in an eye tracking study where you’ll learn about the 5 key stages of a typical eye tracking study, and our research paper reference library where you can discover research papers that mention Tobii Pro eye trackers.
You can start Tobii Pro Onboarding at any time! This is 4-week online course designed to prepare you to perform and present your first eye tracking study.
If you have any further questions, please contact Tobii Pro Support via our website.
Links that you may find useful:
Mobile Device Stand for X2-30, X2-60, or X3-120
Eye Tracking in the Real World
Synchronization of our eye trackers with external devices
Comprehensive Data Export from Tobii Studio for Advanced Analyses
Eye Tracking Infants and Children- What the Littlest Eyes Can Tell Us
What’s Between Your Eyes and the Eye Tracker?
New Data Analysis Functions in Tobii Pro Lab
What You Need to Know About AOIs
Tobii Eye Tracking YouTube Channel
A list of books:
The Thinking Eye, The Seeing Brain – James T. Enns
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Vision – Martha J. Farah
Eye Tracking Methodology: Theory and Practice – Andrew Duchowski
Measuring the User Experience: Collecting, Analyzing, and Presenting Usability Metrics – William Albert, Thomas Tullis
Eye Tracking the User Experience: A Practical Guide to Research – Aga Bojko
Eye Tracking for Visual Marketing – Michel Wedel, Rik Pieters
Eye Tracking in User Experience – Jennifer Romano-Bergstrom, Andrew Schall
Eye Tracking: A Comprehensive Guide to Methods and Measures – Kenneth Holmqvist, Marcus Nyström, and others
Eye Movements: A window on the mind and brain – van Gompel, Fischer, Murray, and Hill
The Role of Eye Movements in Perceptual Processes – Adv. In Psyc. V88, Chekaluk, Llewellyn, eds.
Eye Movements and Information Processing During Reading – Eur. J. Cog. Psych., Radach, Kennedy, Rayner
The Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements – Liversedge, Gilchrist, Everling