What you see is important. It affects what you learn, what you do, and what you buy. You look before you click. You can never gain enough data and insights about your audience. Every interaction with your content is important, even a look. Each input matters, it could be indicative of the wider masses.
With eye-tracking software, you can track your user's eye movements. You will see exactly what they see when they are interacting with your content or images.
This is why we created RealEye.
When you combine this data with heatmap analytics, you have some powerful technology. This technology can be used to track the subconscious behavior of your users.
When you use an eye-tracking software such as RealEye, you can uncover where a person looked first. You can find out what the most interesting part of the screen for the user is. and, are they looking where you want them to.
As a general rule, you have several seconds to grab the attention of your customer. You might try conducting surveys to try and figure out why you aren't managing to engage your visitors. You might even asking them directly but only true data will tell you what is happening.
Eye-tracking is a state of the art process which tracks users' eye movements. A simple webcam watches the panelist while they perform a test on your images. First, the process begins with calibration. This is where the system is learning how a panelist's eyes move when they are looking at certain parts of the screen.
After this is successful, we can measure the position of the eyes while showing them your image.
Studies prove that RealEye is around 100px (~1.5 cm) accurate with an average error on visual angle of ~4.17 deg. This accuracy allows you to analyze users' interactions with your designs. With the most precise of analysis.
Using RealEye is simple:
Eye-tracking software has been around for a long time. Now though, it's available to everyone at a fraction of the price, Plus, it's ridiculously simple to use. Eye-tracking heat maps are some of the most accurate data sources. They capture that all important first interaction with your image. Eye-tracking software will help you to understand where the main focus points of your users are and discover how your audience will see it.
How valuable is it to know what is eye-catching about your image before you release your design?
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You can invite your panelists (all they need to have is a laptop/PC with webcam) or use our network of panelists. We record their gaze path using our RealEye eye tracking software. The results will be genuine as it will be the first viewing of your image. Don't worry, all our panelists are in their natural environments and they're not being recorded. This way there's no risk of a laboratory setting corrupting the results.
So there you have it, eye tracking software like RealEye is an affordable, easy to use tool to test your designs or content. Providing you with some of the most accurate and important data.
Make decisions based on numbers not on “what looks better”.
"I'm really impressed with what Adam has created with RealEye. It's astounding how easy and fast it is to track and report on eye movement for a page or design."
"With RealEye, we found users weren't noticing key parts of our value proposition, that we couldn't have discovered with screen recordings or heatmaps. This service is invaluable and even better.....affordable."
"RealEye has created a tool that allows us to quickly and easily choose the most effective display or OOH formats."
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Either your own participants or RealEye testers. You can invite your users or panel and share the study with them using a participation link. All they need to have is a laptop/PC with a webcam.
We also have a network of panelists from all around the world - mainly from the UK and the US. Randomly picked users can be assigned to your task. They are called RealEye testers. We will not show them your stimuli before the test starts, so their interaction will be natural.