Our recent tests showed us that eye tracking does some things well—and others not at all.

Eye trackers bounce infrared light off a user’s eyes and follow the reflections to determine where the eyes are looking. They make it easy to collect specific data on user behavior, but interpreting the data can be an issue.

Eye Trackers Can…

Eye Trackers Can’t…

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