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Eye tracking without the eyes

Eye tracking without the eyes

Features


Open Source

Open Source

MouseView.js is a tool to generate attentional maps of websites and experiments. It is free to use and open source.

Cross device compatibility

Cross device compatibility

MouseView.js has support for touch-screen devices too. It works on static content and also dynamic content (like videos).

Implemented in existing tools

Implemented in existing tools

MouseView.js has pre-made working examples in Gorilla.sc and jsPsych.


MouseView.js in action



Publications

Read our preprint on PsyArXiv here

If you use this tool please cite:

Anwyl-Irvine, A. L., Armstrong, T., & Dalmaijer, E. S. (2021, March 7). MouseView.js: Reliable and valid attention tracking in web-based experiments using a cursor-directed aperture. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/rsdwg

Creators


Alex Anwyl-Irvine

Alex Anwyl-Irvine

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Alex is a developmental cognitive neuroscientist with an interest in software development.

Thomas Armstrong

Thomas Armstrong

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Tom is a Clinical psychologist studying disgust, emotion, and motivation with eyetracking.

Edwin Dalmaijer

Edwin Dalmaijer

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Edwin is a cognitive scientist who develops eye-tracking software, and researches how affect, cognition, and environment interact in child development.


Collaborators

Early adopters running research using MouseView.js:
Prof. Bunmi Olatuni

Prof. Bunmi Olatuni

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Emotion and Anxiety Research Laboratory - Vanderbilt University

Prof. Samantha Dawson

Prof. Samantha Dawson

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Sexuality and Well-being Lab - University of British Columbia

Prof. Jeremy Stewart

Prof. Jeremy Stewart

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Queen's Emotion and Risky Behaviour in Youth - Queen's University