Eyelink 1000 Plus
The UConn Brain Imaging Research Center (BIRC) houses an Eyelink 1000 Plus eye tracker, which is the fastest, most accurate, and most precise eye tracker for MRI environments.
Eye-tracking during scans allows researchers to monitor participants' eye movements while simultaneously collecting fMRI data, and subsequently employ advanced analytical techniques such as fixation-related (FIRE) fMRI.
The eye tracker can be used with multiple stimulus presentation software including Experiment Builder, PsychoPy, E-Prime, NBS Presentation, Psychtoolbox, and OpenSesame.
If you are interested in adding eye tracking as an additional measure to fMRI, please contact email@example.com.
Dr. Joergensen has many years of eye-tracking experience and will provide support with how to best integrate eye tracking with fMRI, as well as other aspects of eye-tracking.
EyeLink 1000 Plus Long Range Mount MRI Setup and Usage Training Videos (SR Research)
System Overview - This video provides an overview of the EyeLink 1000 Plus Long Range Mount for MRI
Mirror Replacement -This video provides the basics of first surfaced mirror for eye tracking in MRI and how to handle and identify a first surface mirror.
Screen Mount (Horizontal Positioning) - This video provides an overview of setting up a Screen Mount (Horizontal Positioning)
Screen Mount (Vertical Positioning) - This video provides an overview of setting up a Screen Mount (Vertical Positioning)
Eye Tracker Positioning - This video provides an overview to finalize the position of the EyeLink 1000 Plus Long Range Mount.
Participant Setup - This video provides an overview to setup and calibrate a participant.
Drift Check / Correct Options - This video provides an overview of Drift Check and Drift Correct options.
Visual Angle Calculator (SR Research) - Visual angle typically refers to the angle a visual stimulus subtends on the eye.