Edwin Dalmaijer and Sebastiaan Mathot will be presenting their free eye tracking tools OpenSesame and PyGaze.
PyGaze is a Python library that supports many different eye trackers. OpenSesame is a graphical experiment builder that allows you to easily create complex experiments. Both are free and open source. PyGaze and OpenSesame integrate seamlessly, and together provide a free and user-friendly solution for eye-tracking researchers.
For more information, visit: http://osdoc.cogsci.nl/ecem2017/
Music and Eye-tracking in Frankfurt am Main
In close proximity to ECEM, the conference on “Music and Eye-tracking“ (MET) will be held 17th-18th of August 2017 at the Max-Planck-Institute for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt, Germany. The goal of this conference is to bring together the leading experts from psychology, all fields of music research, sociology, cultural sciences, and neuroscience, united in the interest to investigate musical processing using eye-tracking methodology or combining eye-tracking with other methods. Submission is open from 1st February until 1st April.
For full details please visit our website at ae.mpg.de/met17