Learn how to make a recording with the Mobile Device Stand using Tobii Pro Lab.
Running an eye tracking test using the Mobile Device Stand with the Tobii Pro Nano, X2-30, X2-60, or X3-120 eye trackers, is in many ways similar to using the eye tracker in other setups.
Before you make a recording please verify that you have first completed the following steps:
To get the participants into a good eye tracking position start the Track status in Tobii Pro Studio before starting the recording. This lets you monitor the participants’ position not only when they position themselves in front of the eye tacker, but also during the test.
To start the Track Status you can:
Make sure you adjust the chair and the Mobile Device Stand’s tilt angle so that the participant is positioned in an optimal position for the eye tracker (e.g. the white dots showing the position of the eyes in the track status should be in the center or upper half of the black box, and the distance indicator should indicate a distance of around 60- 65 cm). Eye tracking data quality is influenced by the participant’s position. We recommend having the participants sit on a height-adjustable office chair to enable adjustment for different participant heights and positions.
Once the participant is in place you can continue with the calibration and recording.
When performing a participant calibration with the Mobile Device Stand use the manual calibration routine in Tobii Pro Studio. This means that the participants need to be told what calibration dot to look at throughout the calibration procedure.
To calibrate and record a participant: