A collaborative initiative of the School of information Studies and the Division of Library Services
Room 213-214 – CSU Wagga Library
The Digital Library Usability Lab has been setup to facilitate Human Computer Interaction (HCI) research at CSU. The objective is to assist researchers who wish to evaluate existing computer applications and other media, and will potentially lead to the development of new systems which ensure that the needs and practices of users are reflected in future information technologies. Primary activities in this lab will include, but are not limited to, carrying out usability research projects to study and design user friendly interfaces. CSU Researchers, including staff and students, can book the lab facilities free of cost for research purposes.
To track and record eye movements on multiple types of screens, including computer monitors, tablets, mobile phones, projector, etc.
Eye tracking is a well established technique used to test and analyse interactive media such as websites, software, e-mail campaigns, on-line advertising & websites, computer games, and interactive TV.
An eye tracker can help researchers find out exactly where people are looking!
Equipped with microphones, headset, and Webcams.
With Manager, observer, and recorder modules to record screen interactions.
To accommodate researcher (monitor) in one, and study participants in another.
Between rooms to facilitate unobtrusive observation.
These glasses can be used almost in any environment. For example, in a shopping mall, library, etc. Tobii Glasses 2 is the next generation wearable eye tracking tool which gives researchers the possibility to capture truly objective and deep insights into human behaviour in any real-world environments. Tobii Glasses 2 shows exactly what a person is looking at in real time while the test person moves freely in a lab, shop, a restaurant or any locations. The product consist of a head unit, a recording unit and the Tobii Glasses Controller Software.
Technical Specialist Coordinator (DevOps, Technology, Post Production Pipelines)
Phone: +61 2 6933 4763
Acting Manager, Information Services / Copyright Coordinator, Division of Library Services
Phone: 02 6933 4272