EYEVIDO Lab consists of three components: the portal, the server and the test person software.
Portal: Here you create and evaluate studies. Study supervisors log in via web browser with their user name and password. Test participants usually do not have access to this area.
Server: The server stores all data generated by study participants and can be evaluated by the conductor of the study centrally.
Tester Software: This Windows software must be installed if eye tracking data is to be recorded. It detects the eye movements of the study participant, saves all user input, records the screen contents and transmits all data encrypted to our server.
High quality eye tracking recordings on images, videos, websites, and apps.
In EYEVIDO Lab, define your study with questionnaire elements such as: Open questions, ratings or multiple choice question.
Record mouse movements, clicks and touch events to analyze user interaction.
Screenshots are taken live from the real page during the web sessions and saved individually for each test person.
The testers software guides your test subjetcts autonomously through the study. Decide for yourself how much you want to interact with your participants during the study.
Eye trackers ensure high data quality. The alignment aid and individual calibration of the system ensure the accuracy of the recorded data.
Using image processing algorithms and data analysis, identical viewed pages are combined and can be analyzed together.
Take advantage of the manifold possibilities of visualization in EYEVIDO Lab, such as heat maps or scan paths. Visualize whole websessions with the help of different presentation forms.
Visualize and understand entire web sessions as part of your study.
Quantify the recorded gaze and mouse data with Areas of Interest (AOI).
Export the recorded data and responses of your testers and continue your advanced analyses in Excel or SPSS.
Automatic creation of a report template with the most important study information for further processing in Word.
The video shows EYEVIDO Lab in action (July 2016). The production of an eye tracking study can be seen. After the study has been created, it goes "live". Subsequently, study participants take part in it. Prior to each recording, the eye tracker is calibrated. Finally, some evaluation functions are demonstrated.