RealEye 7.1 Release Notes:
RealEye version 7.0 introduces quite significant improvements in eye-tracking metrics we provide on the dashboard and in the exported CSV files.
NOTICE: Some metric values might have changed from what you've seen in previous versions of RealEye. That's because we've improved our algorithms to provide even more accurate and useful data.
If you have any questions regarding this release please, contact us via email or chat. We'll be happy to answer all your questions.
A detailed explanation of the eye-tracking metrics you can get from RealEye is described on this support page.
RealEye 7.0 release notes:
Special thanks to Luis, one of our customers, who has given us a lot of feedback regarding our metrics and data export feature.
Sometimes it’s not enough just to know where somebody was looking. There are studies or cases when it’s also required to talk with the participant during the eye-tracking session, give him/her additional instructions, ask some questions to better understand the behavior, and so on. Now RealEye has a perfect solution for such needs - Hosted Sessions. They can be launched for any type of stimuli (images, videos or live websites). You need to give access to your microphone (as your voice is also recorded) and a participant needs to share the screen and grant access to the microphone as well. You’ll be able to see the participant’s gaze live during the session and after the test watch the usual participant’s recording or the hosted recording with your conversation.
Read how to use Hosted Sessions and what are the requirements here: https://support.realeye.io/hosted-sessions/
Please note that this feature is still in a BETA stage. We're still testing it and working on some improvements.
RealEye 6.14 release notes:
Special thanks to Stefan, one of our customers, for working closely on the Hosted Sessions feature.
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