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A Methodology for Capturing Joint Visual Attention Using Mobile Eye-Trackers

DOI :

10.3791/60670-v

January 18th, 2020

January 18th, 2020

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1Learning, Innovation, and Technology Lab, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University

Using multimodal sensors is a promising way to understand the role of social interactions in educational settings. This paper describes a methodology for capturing joint visual attention from colocated dyads using mobile eye-trackers.

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