We present an independent, flexible, and easily programmable software program for generating a wide set of visual stimuli paradigms in eye-movement studies. The software, called ASTIDET (Advanced Stimuli Design for Eye Tracking), has been interfaced in real time with a high speed video-based eye tracking system in order to obtain a reliable measurement of saccades. Two saccadic paradigms have been tested (gap and memory guided tasks) in 10 normal subjects. The preliminary results confirm that ASTIDET is a user-friendly software and can be interfaced with a video-based eye-tracking device in order to obtain reliable measurement of saccades

Rufa, A., Prattichizzo, D., G. L., M., A., P., Vicino, A., & Federico, A. (2003). Advanced stimuli design for eye-tracking (ASTIDET): easy applicability for ocular movement study in neurology. In XXXIV Congress of the italian neurological society (pp.57-58).

Advanced stimuli design for eye-tracking (ASTIDET): easy applicability for ocular movement study in neurology

RUFA, ALESSANDRA;PRATTICHIZZO, DOMENICO;VICINO, ANTONIO;FEDERICO, ANTONIO
2003

Abstract

We present an independent, flexible, and easily programmable software program for generating a wide set of visual stimuli paradigms in eye-movement studies. The software, called ASTIDET (Advanced Stimuli Design for Eye Tracking), has been interfaced in real time with a high speed video-based eye tracking system in order to obtain a reliable measurement of saccades. Two saccadic paradigms have been tested (gap and memory guided tasks) in 10 normal subjects. The preliminary results confirm that ASTIDET is a user-friendly software and can be interfaced with a video-based eye-tracking device in order to obtain reliable measurement of saccades
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