Eye tracking records available for further analysis
Our recent investigations into the critical visual tasks of pedestrians used eye-tracking with a dual task (respond to a randomly occurring acoustic signal).
These videos include 40 test participants walking along a 900 m outdoor footpath in daytime and after dark. They may be used for further analysis provided the acknowledgment and references below are given in all publications.
This is a sample from one of the videos. A red cross indicates the measured fixation point.
If you would like access to these data then contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acknowledgement required in all publications using these data
Eye-tracking videos recorded by James Uttley, Chris Cheal and Steve Fotios at the University of Sheffield through support from EPSRC (EP/H050817) as part of the MERLIN project and through the EPSRC-funded E-Futures Doctoral Training Centre at University of Sheffield.
Fotios S, Uttley J, Yang B. Using eye-tracking to identify pedestrians’ critical visual tasks. Part 2: fixation on pedestrians. Lighting Research & Technology, 2015; 47(2); 149-160. doi:10.1177/1477153514522473
Fotios S, Uttley J, Cheal C, Hara N. Using eye-tracking to identify pedestrians’ critical visual tasks. Part 1: dual task approach. Lighting Research & Technology, 2015; 47(2); 133-148. DOI:10.1177/1477153514522472