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Eye Track Visualization with Scalable Vector Graphics

March 30th, 2009 No comments

A friend of mine Patrick Jungkunz (German Navy) is doing some research that involves gathering eye track data as participants look for hostile forces in a computer-generated urban battle scene, and I thought that being able to play back the data would be helpful. It was time to dust off the old XML/XSL skills and brush up on Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), an XML-based graphics format that also supports animated elements (actually, I first thought I’d use SMIL, a multimedia format that seemed perfect for this, but I found better SVG support in my tool chain).

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