Eyetracking at the Supermarket
By 1 - Published 28 August 2010
Researchers at Lund University probably know more about the choices you make in a supermarket than you do yourself. With a special helmet the researchers can find out what draws your attention in a supermarket. This kind of research is called eyetracking. In this video, the equipment is worn by a reporter.
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