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Webinar Invitation: Introduction to Eye Tracking Technologies in Biomechanics Research
Eye tracking gives biomechanics researchers a robust, real-time and mobile way to examine the complexities of motor movement and visual input. SensoMotoric Instruments would like to invite you to a webinar that explores how eye tracking can be best utilized across diverse biomechanics research fields such as sports performance, locomotion and gait analysis, and neurorehabilitation.

The one-hour session will showcase the different types of eye tracking technologies available and how they integrate with motion capture, EEG, and VR. There will also be case studies and a live Q&A.

The webinar is free of charge and will take place on Thursday February 23rd, 2017. 8-9 PST, 11-12 EST, 16-17 GMT, 17-18 CET.

Please register here:



Your webinar host Stephanie Jefferson, Ph.D.
Before joining SMI as an Application Specialist, Stephanie conducted her doctoral and postdoctoral studies in neuroscience at the University of Florida and the University of Texas at Austin respectively, with a focus on therapeutic and motor rehabilitative strategies to enhance upper and lower extremity behavioral recovery after spinal cord injury and stroke.

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