At EyeTracking, Inc. we realize that a realistic testing environment is an essential component of any good study. For this reason we have integrated our technology into a wide variety of contexts. Be it a cockpit or convenience store, a desktop or driver’s seat, a movie screen or mobile screen – we observe the eye in its natural habitat.
The EyeTracking, Inc. research center in San Diego, California, includes a state-of-the-art usability lab that is capable of testing websites, software, digital kiosks and more. Each testing room includes a remote eye tracker and ActionReview™ interview capability. Additional systems can be integrated and tested based on study objectives. Our clients are welcome to observe the usability testing sessions in person or from their own computers using our live data streaming.
Package Design Lab
Whether you are testing actual packages or digital renderings, EyeTracking, Inc. has the resources to take on your project. Our research center in San Diego, California, includes a package design lab with the flexibility to manage all different types of packaging research. The testing rooms are equipped with a high definition projector for shelf testing of prototype images. They also include real shelves for testing a current package. Our remote and head-mounted eye tracking systems allow data to be collected on stationary customers looking at a shelf or moving customers as they pick up and study different products. Clients are welcome to observe the package testing sessions in person or from their own computers using our live data streaming.
All of EyeTracking, Inc.'s technology is portable. That means we can test just about anywhere in the world. Over the past decade we have conducted research in most major cities in the United States as well as in several locations abroad. Any standard focus group facility can accommodate our research. All we really need is an outlet and an internet connection.
Learn more about out research services or if you have a project you would like to collaborate on, contact our research staff.